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So I've often said that Google doesn't deserve credit for Go, and that Go is the product of a small number of language designers and derives from a history of system design which is external to Google. What Google has done with it since becoming its steward is, on the whole, more negative than positive. 

So I've often said that Google doesn't deserve credit for Go, and that Go is the product of a small number of language designers and derives from a history of system design which is external to Google. What Google has done with it since becoming its steward is, on the whole, more negative than positive. 

So I've often said that Google doesn't deserve credit for Go, and that Go is the product of a small number of language designers and derives from a history of system design which is external to Google. What Google has done with it since becoming its steward is, on the whole, more negative than positive. 

So I've often said that Google doesn't deserve credit for Go, and that Go is the product of a small number of language designers and derives from a history of system design which is external to Google. What Google has done with it since becoming its steward is, on the whole, more negative than positive. 

@sir

> Hard-codes a list of centralized git hosts, despite being told that this is now how git works

I absolutely love this Freudian slip.

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