▲ 4 ▼ Are we there yet? The go generics debate
At GopherCon, Russ Cox gave a talk titled The Future of Go, in which he discussed what the Go community might want to change about the language—particularly for the so-called Go 2.0 milestone—and the process for realizing those changes. Part of that process is identifying real-world use cases through experience reports, which turn an abstract problem into a concrete one and help the core team to understand its significance. Also mentioned in the talk, of course, were generics. Dave Cheney posted Should Go 2.0 support generics? Allow me to add to the noise.