I've given versions of this talk twice before -- once at the Nordic Perl Workshop and again at YAPC|10 in Pittsburgh; I think they went well, but the talk is probably due for an update. In particular, at OSCON and YAPC::EU I'll have less time than in the previous talks, so I'd like the talks to more directly focus on the items that will be of most use to the audience.
So, what are your ideas about what information attendees would like to know for "Hacking Rakudo Perl"? What should I definitely include in the updated versions of the talk?
For those who are interested, the slides from my previous talks are available at http://pmichaud.com/2009/pres .