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It’s a shame to have to come to this when easy solutions could have been used, specially when they have been so clearly identified and outlined.
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on the other hand, and other side of the so-called “proxy” service, it’s a shame that the golang community has so far mostly acquiesced to the situation where the language’s tooling by default relies on making numerous connections to google’s servers.
I imagine, it’s somewhat of a self-selecting community thing. I would have a problem with that, but knowing Google, I fully expect some shitfuckery like that to be included, so I stay as far away from Go as possible.
Hell, I’d even rather not use projects implemented in Go, because evidently the devs don’t mind a bit of shitfuckery, potentially even in their own code.