11:58 - Our community has the power to figure out what features in ES6 are useful. Sort out the parts that are genuinely useful. Figure out the good parts now.
14:48 - Module proposal benefited from critical discussions from the community
16:00 - Tools for using ES6 features now
17:26 - Development community needs to get on top of things and teach how we use the features with emphasis on the compelling parts.
20:55 - Don’t concentrate on what’s cool, but concentrate on what’s stable and effective. As an educator be conservative.
21:29 - Warnings from Java, Perl history
24:00 - Typescript and Coffeescript bring things to the table but they could fragment the community
24:40 - ES timeline
26:30 - Features need enough examination to ensure they are finished
28:00 - Keeping some things in user land to see what community comes up with. Developers as leaders in this transition.
29:00 - npm growth, npm Inc dev ops, addressing pain points in npm CLI
34:30 - All software languages have something that is terrible. Community is something that makes Node.js special.
35:45 - Node.js in the enterprise is happening very rapidly. A very interesting time to be in the middle of this evolution.
Forrest Norvell, npm product maker at npm Inc. twitter