Amusingly, without pre-coordination, the talk titles from merlyn+bdfoy, nothingmuch and me reads as a coherent whole: first "Learning Perl 6", then "Compiling Perl 6", then finally "Deploying Perl 6". :-)
Aside from the Perl 6 track, Tuesday also sees many talks on #perl6-inspired technologies applicable to the CPAN world: Stevan on Moose.pm, the object model implementation for Perl6-on-perl5; Ingy on Module::Compile, the magic behind v6.pm; and gaal on the Pugs testing system -- you too can set up a smoke-server for your Perl 5 projects in no time.
So far 18 people has signed up for the post-conference hackathon, making it the largest Perl 6 hackathon to date. After July 1, several lambdacamels will relocate to Boston to continue hacking; if you'll be around Boston during July 2~6, feel free to leave a note in the Hackathon wiki page.
Prior to YAPC::NA, I'm also going to Nordic Perl Workshop in June 15/16; sadly I cannot stay there for a Hackathon, as on June 20 I'll visit Erik Meijer (known for LINQ, Parsec, HSP, HaskellDB, LtU rants, etc.) at Redmond, and give two talks there on Perl 6 and Pugs.
Erik is known for advocating static where possible and dynamic where needed, as well as for reconcilling multiple paradigms. His new ICFP'06 paper, Confessions of a used Programming Language salesman (getting the masses hooked on Haskell), is an excellent read; it outlines many of the same issues the Perl 6 design team is dealing with, on how to (in TimToady's words) provide -- but hide -- the fancy stuff. It's indeed very challenging, but also lots of fun! :-)