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  • Very sorry to hear about this. I know that even if things are "ok" with the cancer, they're still very very hard to deal with.

    As valuable as you are to Perl 6, it's nothing compared to your value to your wife. Don't worry about us.

    Good luck to both of you.

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    xoa

  • No question your wife comes first, and Perl6 can wait.

    Not only that, but it's important to feel comfortable if there's Perl work you can't do and have to leave it for someone else.

    You can always raise Perl's priority after this crisis.
  • I hope for the best for you and your wife and thank you for all you've done. Do what you need to do.

  • Dear Patrick,

    Sorry to hear about this. Hope everything will turn out okay.

    I immediately remember about Audrey who were also very involved with Perl 6 (Pugs project) but then got health problems. I hope she's doing ok/better too nowadays.

  • Best wishes to you and your wife. If there is ever anything we can do to help, be sure to let us know.
  • Patrick,

    I wish the best for you and your family.
  • My sympathies and best wishes for your wife, yourself, and your family. It may not seem like much in comparison to what your wife is going through, but being supportive in a situation you can't fix, is a heavy burden to shoulder alone.

    There's no time like the present to stop and re-examine your priorities. Do what you need to do, and let the other stuff sort itself out.

    Here's to hoping for the best.

    Garrett
  • I hope your wife feel better very soon!. Sure she will!
  • God's blessing on you and your wife (and all concerned family and loved ones) during this time. I had to take my wife to the emergency room last November, at a very inconvenient time (burned up the last of my intended holiday leave time as a result, eventually), and I'll never forget the stress I felt as we arrived with a long list of things we thought it might be, ranging from something as trivial as indigestion (it wasn't) to things much more serious specific to her unique history.

    I know coding can rea

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    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
  • Here’s hoping for a speedy recovery. It’s a pity that this will keep you from concentrating on Perl 6, but Perl 6 has others who can do what it needs and your wife has only you. Take care.

  • If you need a sounding board let me know.