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  • The best way to predict the future is to get commit rights to it. ;-)

    1. Check out Moose. Use it, see if it fits your mindset or if you can learn to appreciate it in some other way.
    2. When you've familiarized yourself enough, try to make your own technical evaluation of Moose - both the code, the APIs and the community. If it's good enough for you, then that should be enough.
    3. When you have decided to go with Moose or abandon it, make sure you do it wholeheartedly. If you're in, use some time to tend the community. Your participation helps make the community better, and thusly increases it's likelyhood for lasting and improving. If Moose isn't your cup of tea, just go quietly.

    At least the hype about Moose is of the grassroots kind. :)