I just asked, because while talking to another channer, he raised concerns that because of the fact that it's written in Go, people would be hesitant or unwilling to use it, from lack of familiarity with Go.
If you're familiar with other C-like programming languages (like most modern ones), it shouldn't be too difficult to get down the basics.
But in response to his criticism, I said I'd implement a plugin system when I got around to it. I haven't quite yet (though it should be relatively soon), but I'll likely go with Lua.>Do you have any live sites running gochan that demo its functionality? Might be good for people to see exampleshttp://gochan.orghttp://getchan.net:8080
The GETchan one will be moving completely to it once I come up with a script to migrate everything (posts and images) to gochan, but otherwise, it works.
If you like, we could do the same here, host it and run the gochan server listening on port 8080 until it's fully ready.