You have to start at some point right?
And I rather contribute to a standard than a framework that will be legacy in 3 4 years.
I'd rather be pragmatic than support a bad standard. They will get my support when they build something worth supporting.
Can you explain what is not good about it?
I could, but Rich Harris can do it better: dev.to/richharris/why-i-don-t-use-...
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