Over the last year I have had the privilege of travelling to meet Go communities in Japan, Korea and India. In every instance I have met experienced, passionate, pragmatic programmers ready to accept Go for what it can do for them.
At the same time the message from each of these communities was the same; where is the documentation, where are the examples, where are the tutorials ? Travelling to these communities has been an humbling experience and has made me realise my privileged position as a native English speaker.
The documentation, and the tutorials, and the examples will come, slowly; this is open source after all. But what I can offer is the fact that all the content on this blog is licensed under a Creative Commons licence.
In short, I don’t have the skills, but if you do, you are welcome to translate any content on this site, and I’ll help you in any way I can.