Of course it does have a different goal (of replacing Bash with OSH instead of only offering an alternative), but it has a lot of good discussion.
Personally I think having alternative builders available is a great idea to improve the developer experience here.
Even happier that concurrently the other side of Nix DX that is documentation is very actively being worked on.
if i want to be heavy and code real stuff, in nix it is easy to build and run any language. many things people do in bash to glue, i glue using nix declaratively.
so imho until other alt shell wins without nix, will use ugly weird non scalable bash.
With so many fruitful experiments in the Nix ecosystem being carried out by people who can dedicate more time to Nix than ever, I increasingly feel like I'm wasting my life by not seriously working on or with the Nix ecosystem as my main daily occupation.
I know there are still unresolved difficulties and growing pains, but later seems like such a stupid time to really dive in, for people who already know Nix and are already excited about it.