Yeah! And since I've learnt English mostly from SciFi and Fantasy movie 
heroes (with a misplaced sense of self-righteousness), I make boo boos from 
time to time - which are not that harmful and entertain people! :)

There are other things that I might be interested to be improved about Go 
(MO-Oriented improvements which MO-Oriented tweaks about the syntax are 
just a small part of it). But as for this thread seems the discussion made 
it's way to a level that needs some more time to manifest itself as 
conclusions - if it meant to be any at all.

And I'm positive Go will continue to grow and get better at things.

On Monday, February 19, 2018 at 3:03:18 PM UTC+3:30, RickyS wrote:
>    1. Oh, I'm all for improvement. I just want somebody to invent 
>    something in the field of re-use that is as much a breakthrough as 
>    Cooperating Sequential Processes was to the field of multi-processing. Go 
>    would be a good place to install that invention, as it is still a simple 
>    language. 
>    2. And you mean go must *adapt*, perhaps by ad*o*pting new features...
> On Monday, February 19, 2018 at 1:17:22 PM UTC+2, dc0d wrote:
>>  ...Go must adopt.  ...

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