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  • First of all I noticed that you started to improve [] which is a nice first step.

    Then I'd like to point you to the test suite, particularly to the file t/spec/TODO. It contains various tasks in the test suite; attacking any of them would be of great help.

    If you have questions, feel absolutely free to ask on #perl6, usually somebody can answer, or highlight me, and I'll backlog and try to answer anything related to tests.

    And don't feel bad if you can't follow most discussions in #perl6, it started much the same for, and there are still discussions that make my eyes glaze over. (I first joined #perl6 to report a broken link, nothing more ... ;-)

    I hope your experiment works out; in the perl community (and as least as much in the Perl 6 subset of the community) we're so used to people doing their own thing that we are not used to have somebody to direct; it's very new feeling for me.