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> From: "Michael Cronenworth" <m...@cchtml.com>
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> Sent: Friday, August 10, 2018 8:11:07 PM
> Subject: Re: Golang SIG for Fedora
> On 08/09/2018 05:12 AM, Jakub Cajka wrote:
> > I have create the SIG page in the
> > wikihttps://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/Go.
> > Please add yourself in to the members list if you are interested to
> > participate.
> > If you have any comments or improvements to the SIG page please bring it up
> > or just do it:).
> > I believe that next step should be meeting where we will share our
> > expectations, etc. Please let me know what would suite you.
> Random Go question: Will you be working to use the Go plugin system instead
> statically compiling end-user binaries?
> It seems against Fedora principals to allow Go into Fedora with the way all
> programs are compiled today.
I believe that the Go ecosystem is not against the guidelines since like 3y
ago(same time I'm around Go). I plugins IMO doesn't make sense in the Fedora
for something like equivalent to dynamic linking. I'm for like 2y considering
dynamic liking, which unfortunately dosn't make much sense for regular
libraries/binaries as most of the projects do not have stable API, but it might
make sense for the stdlib as it is fairly stable.
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