The errors.New() function in emperror.dev/errors package includes context information, like stack traces. This means that if you were to use this for sentinel error types, i.e. error types like EOL, you’ll be including unnecessary stack information. This is especially useless when these are defined as global variables:
var ErrThing = errors.New("thing happened, but that's OK")
Instead, use the errors.Sentinal type.
var ErrThing = errors.Sentinal("thing happened, but that's OK")
Dave Cheney discusses why this works. He also mentions that sentinel errors should be avoided altogether. Not sure I fully agree with him on this.