Terraform docs say longstanding deployments should not use workspaces. what are your thoughts?

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    Workspaces are incredibly practical, and we leveraging them at-scale with literally thousands of workspaces using atmos for terraform. There is so much FUD around workspaces that is either ill-informed or based on outdated information. Any company using terraform at scale will rely on tooling and conventions. It's up to that tooling to ensure you are using terraform safely. Atmos is one of those tools. I'm not saying that you have to use workspaces, but just that there's nothing wrong with workspaces themselves.

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