I really wish I can get out from this caffeine withdrawal and resume my daily summary of Pugs developments, as much exciting is happening, including a new DateTime::Set library that handles spans and recurrences, further solidified metamodel code and the beginning of S12.5: Metamodel. Dialogs such as this on #perl6 amuses me:
<robkinyon> heyla, nothingmuch
<robkinyon> stevan told me about your crazy P6 plans
<nothingmuch> which crazy plans? I have several =)
<robkinyon> aren't you involved in the PIL -> P5 effort?
<nothingmuch> yep, sort of
<nothingmuch> i'm thinking in a diff direction now, and not writing code at the moment
<robkinyon> wow, a hacker who stops and thinks
<robkinyon> next, you're going to tell me that you're writing down a design or something!
Allison resumed journaling today, this time talking about the relationship between TPF and Pugs. I'm very happy to see the Perl 6 process getting more visibility; leo's journal is really helpful, and I heard that luqui will help to push cabal meeting minutes to the public, similar to how Mozilla Staff Meeting Minutes is handled. All in all, great news.
That's it for today. See you tomorrow!