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  • From my part, I can say that your bug reports are *very* highly valued, even if they aren't resolved quickly. While from your point it has probably felt like not much was done, Rakudo has taken quite a few steps during January. They have muchly been on adding features than resolving bugs in existing things, though. That's both a good and a bad thing - we're some steps closer to implementing the Perl 6 spec now, but for sure it's not so encouraging for those using and reporting bugs in Rakudo.

    To take some ex

    • by masak (6289) on 2009.02.09 0:28 (#67257) Homepage Journal

      Thanks for the heart-warming comment.

      Thanks for sticking with us, and please don't feel ignored.

      I can assure you I don't feel ignored. I understand and agree with the argument about the features/bugfixes balance. Now that you mention it, much has happened under the hood in Rakudo which will benefit the Perl 6 projects out there -- even though a lot of it looked like regressions in the short run.

      More than anything else, this post was a reminder to myself that targeting Rakudo is a bumpy ride, but that that's part of the original deal. If it weren't, I'd have written November in 2010 instead.