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> This is a much more nuanced position than the Go team has expressed in the past, which amounted to "fuck generics," but it puts the onus on the community to come up with a set of scenarios where generics could solve significant issues.

Nah, this is pretty much the same answer they've been giving all along, lots of handwaving about how generics are so cutting edge that no one can figure out how to use them effectively yet ("we just can't wrap our heads around this crazy idea!")

In other words, don't count on them in Go 2.

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