A statically typed lisp, without a GC, for real-time applications.
Unison is probably the language I'm most excited about for the future. Followed by Flix and Carp (the latter because I've always had a soft spot for Lisps).
Unison base libraries (by unisonweb)
For Git I sort of mispoke. They do use Git but have you looked at how they have to collaborate on Github for example ? Since Git repositories are not ucm aware they have to raise issues with instructions to make a PR. Although this is just a tooling issue.
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