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> I would be happy to follow your
> But why one should believe you more than
> author of the article? At least, he
> arguments. You did not.
I didn't feel the need to argue against mostly incorrect facts. His arguments are ok, it's just that all of them were refuted below, and aren't even issues in Perl 6. Everything he stated is already being taken care of.
His article is like arguing about the proper way to get Bush elected, a week after the race is over and having Bush win. My point in commenting was I wanted everyone to know that the "issues" he brought up are not in fact "issues".
Just wanted to agree with most of all of the comments here. This article was not very well researched and leads people to believe the wrong things.
I confess to only skimming the Perl 6 works by Larry and Damian, but even with just a skimming I know most of this article is false and in some cases FUD.
I hope this author's lack of research and understanding do not end up hurting Perl as much as these types of things can.
Please everyone, do yourselves a favor and disregard this article.