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Let me first start by saying I think what you have done is really really cool. And I look forward to playing with Pugs in the very near future. My questions are simple, and I mean absolutely no offense by them what-so-ever. But I feel that these are questions that are probably on many peoples minds and both should be asked and should be addressed by you.

  1. Why did you do this in Haskell and not in Parrott? In other words, why not contribute to the ongoing perl6 project, rather than doing something totally different?
  2. Do you think that any of the experience you have gained in coding this can be transfered over to the main perl 6 project? And do you plan on doing so? (They are looking for someone after all)

Again, I cannot stress enough that I mean no offense, and do not in anyway want to dismiss or play down your accomplishment. I would just like to know for my own curiostity, this is not meant to be a flame in any way at all.


In reply to Re: Questions wanted for Pugs/Perl6 by stvn
in thread Questions wanted for Pugs/Perl6 by audreyt

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