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  • rfcs

    RFCs for changes to Rust

  • Hello everyone. We are here because we care about or love Rust the language, but the recent drama really hurt everybody's feelings. So do I. I can't stop thinking about how to fix the leadership and miscommunication problems. The Leadership Council RFC might be a solution. However, before that comes out, more trusts are going to be burnt.

  • InfluxDB

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  • rust

    Empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software.

  • Here is the first rustdoc commit: https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/commit/fb0896fe7bc0a8a0a37a1bc71ed1befb1905acd7

  • team

    Rust teams structure (by rust-lang)

  • You can also check rust-lang/team repo, where shows more than 400+ people have worked on the Rust Project as official members. And on thanks.rust-lang.org, it shows that 300+ people have been involved in each recent release. I believe the number of active contributors may be more than 100+.

  • reference

    The Rust Reference (by rust-lang)

  • I truly appreciate how much effort u/ehuss puts into maintaining The Rust Reference, considering that documenting stuff is not usually a fun task people want to do. Not to mention that ehuss is also the Cargo team lead, responsible for developing one of the most loved tools in Rust. ehuss's insightful knowledge always ensures that Cargo works without unexpected surprises.

  • Cargo

    The Rust package manager

  • Next, I'd like to extend my thanks to u/epage. epage maintains several famous crates like clap, cargo-edit, toml_edit, and more. epage is not afraid of engaging in heated debates with others. Such a characteristic helps move things forward, as seen with the support for lints table in Cargo.toml and MSRV support in dependency resolution.

  • portable-simd

    The testing ground for the future of portable SIMD in Rust

  • Jubilee and Caleb Zulawski for their tireless work on the portable SIMD project. It will land, some day, and when it does it's going to be an amazing boon for the project.

  • unsafe-code-guidelines

    Forum for discussion about what unsafe code can and can't do

  • Thank you /u/RalfJung for bringing formal methods to Rust, both through models like Stacked Borrows, by developing miri, and by working on unsafe-code-guidelines which aims to specify exactly what is and isn't allowed in unsafe code (surprisingly, it's an open question as 2023!)

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