I 'm just atrting with the idea and I really hope to get more ideas by I maybe starting an own new onw therad when the website of the guide will be up right now I'm just focusing aon some early beginner chapters and before I publish anything I wanted to be sure not to run in any trademmark issues with the Raspberry Pi Foundation or the Go community...
This guide is intended for absolute beginner in Go so first I will just write a pretty simple intstall guide based on the official one provide by the official Go install Guide on my Pi I'm currently using the official binary 1.9 version provided by https://golang.org/dl/
I just started some pet projects on the Pi writing little games and such stuff and I'm thinking this could be a great start for writing an Go beginner guide which isn't just write another web.server in Go but more an alternative to all the Pi with Python books and Guides for programming beginners... I basically want to prove with this that Go can also be an excellent beginner language and I also want to become better in coding and explainig stuff by writing my first guide..
I will setup an public GitHub repo and contributers from both the Raspberry Pi community and Go community are mre then welcome to join!