godocs.io is now available December 18, 2020 on Drew DeVault's blog

Due to the coming sunsetting of godoc.org in favor of pkg.go.dev, I’m happy to announce that godocs.io is now available as a replacement. We have forked the codebase and cleaned things up quite a bit, removing lots of dead or obsolete features, cleaning out a bunch of Google-specific code and analytics, reducing the JavaScript requirements, and rewriting the search index for Postgres. We will commit to its maintenance going forward for anyone who prefers the original godoc.org experience over the new website.

Notice: this article was rewritten on 2021-01-19. The original article has a lot of unnecessary salt. You can read the original here.

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