The Go programming language
Thank you very much for it.
There is a clear productivity hole for me since google removed godocs until I discovered godocs.io. In the meantime, I even did a chrome extension to make the new site more readable.
It was sad how they ignored the feedback. It felt like a designer that didn't use go documentation daily designed the site. The worst part is they never explained why.
godocs.io deserve to have a direct link in the http://golang.org/ site.
Part guillotine, part graveyard for Google's doomed apps, services, and hardware.
It felt like some marketing guy at google deciding to use GO to promote the company and replace one of the boring doc services with something "cool." It felt like developers were no longer driving the project: Now is a Google project.
For me, godocs.org should be in https://killedbygoogle.com/
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