@moritzheiber Hell yes, immediately useful. Also, interesting to see more sysadmin and devops tool being written in rust instead of go.

@bamfic every time I turn to Golang I’m so turned off by the ecosystem, its tooling and the conventions (or lack thereof) around structuring your projects and your code.. it’s just frustrating (eg people _still_ arguing that GOPATH, vendoring dependencies in git, gofmt forcing tabs on everyone and other idiosyncrasies were good ideas 🤔).

@bamfic And then come the language subtleties (error handling, testability etc) and I’m questioning why I’m doing this to myself while turning back to Python, Ruby or, recently and increasingly, Rust.. so I’m not surprised.

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