Don't get me wrong, I love it too, but it has warts just like any other language.
Ousterhout is clearly an outlier thinker though. Not just the father of TCL and TK but log structured filesystems, RAFT consensus, and more. I'd be excited if he jumped back into a new language project based on his reflective experience. I imagine a more pragmatic Perl 6 or similar.
Back to Ousterhout though,
you might dig his “Philosophy of Software Design” book, or talks associated with it.
Lots to like in this space...
Please note that Perl 6 has been pragmatically renamed to Raku (https://raku.org using the #rakulang tag on social media).