code: plan9front

Download patch

ref: 6b9e3818679444f4d3480fe14409970e497c84e6
parent: e982ca2f8d6779b6b103a0d812d61f88f2338294
author: Sigrid Solveig Haflínudóttir <sigrid@ftrv.se>
date: Wed Feb 8 17:18:26 EST 2023

/lib/rsc: "Go is the only software with telemetry you don't need to worry about."

--- a/lib/rsc
+++ b/lib/rsc
@@ -247,3 +247,4 @@
 Ever since I wrote “go get,” we on the core Go team hoped the community would take care of dependency management.
 This past winter, as a side project, I spent some time getting up to speed on suffix array construction algorithms and rewrote index/suffixarray's New implementation (that is, the index builder) to run 3-10X faster in half the memory of the old one.
 So it sounds like everyone is in favor of the entire generics proposal and all the semantics, and all we have left to hammer out is the bracket characters? Do I have that right?
+Or perhaps Go will earn a reputation for doing telemetry well and people will say things like "Go is the only software with telemetry you don't need to worry about." I think it's too early to say which would happen.