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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).

That is not true: the Perl Foundation already have people in mind; what they are soliciting is money.

Their proposal does mention "a second Parrot developer", but as Allison's comment on the page you linked to makes clear, that refers to a specific person who currently wishes to remain anonymous (because he doesn't yet want his current employer to learn of his plans to leave and work on Parrot) rather than a vacancy for a developer yet to be chosen.


In reply to Re^2: Questions wanted for Pugs/Perl6 by Smylers
in thread Questions wanted for Pugs/Perl6 by audreyt

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