What’s everyone working on this week (48/2022)?

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    Going to work on my open source projects: https://github.com/liveask/liveask and https://github.com/extrawurst/gitui - if you look to contribute to a rust project with some mentorship let me know

  • gitui

    Blazing 💥 fast terminal-ui for git written in rust 🦀

    Going to work on my open source projects: https://github.com/liveask/liveask and https://github.com/extrawurst/gitui - if you look to contribute to a rust project with some mentorship let me know

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  • lapce

    Lightning-fast and Powerful Code Editor written in Rust

    I am using vscode until https://lapce.dev is fully replacing it for me

  • Deep7

    I'm currently working on a Json type validator. Using rust and it's amazing enums we check that each object inside of an input Json respect a specific schema, the schema is provided via a yaml structure. Project GitHub Page

  • SoundcoreManager

    Control Soundcore headphones with the power of Rust.

    Working on a tauri desktop app which connects to Soundcore earbuds. Alongside it has a bluetooth library and the soundcore library which are written in rust. I'm looking forward to making the bluetooth lib cross-platform compatible. Project link

  • lorislib

    Powerful pattern matching engine in Rust.

    After writing a term rewriting system and computer algebra system, I wanted to write a better pattern matcher. So naturally I am trying to reproduce the fastest and the most sophisticated pattern matching algorithms that are implemented in Maude and described in the literature. It's going... ok.

  • Well, same as all year so far, closing in on a custom invoicing system for a client with a very specific business model. But, this week is adventofcode.com, so of course that will get its share too. I've done it in Rust the three last years, hopefully I'll do better than ever this year! https://github.com/niklasha/adventofcode2022

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  • hyper-engine

    Hyper Vulkan Game Engine

    I'm normally would work on my Game Engine right now, but I'm not really in the mood and don't have much motivat ion for it, because I feel like I don't make progress or something useful. So more like a burn out.

  • transit-viewer

    Explore public transport networks on a slippy maps

    Going to implement some extra features and maps for my GTFS-based transit network visualizer: https://github.com/Naturseptime/transit-viewer

  • guiver

    GUI programming with Rust

    Still working on grid layout in guiver

  • glit

    Retrieve all mails of users related to a git repository, a git user or a git organization

    Finishing a little OSINT tool to retrieve all mails of users related to a git repository, a git user or a git organization (https://github.com/shadawck/glit)

  • tantivy

    Tantivy is a full-text search engine library inspired by Apache Lucene and written in Rust

    In your case you could start from intersection.rs, and built a new intersection with a custom the score computation.

  • solomon-db

    An embedded Gremlin-compatible graph database written in Rust

    It has been a month since I started working on my first Rust open source project: https://github.com/nomadiz/solomon-db. SolomonDB is an embedded Gremlin-compatible database. I was inspired strongly by SurrealDB and IndraDB, both are good projects in Rust ecosystem. It is open for contribution 🚀 Will work hard to make it ready for production ASAP. Weekly update of SolomonDB is in this site: https://nomadiz.github.io/solomon-db/

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    Advent of Code solutions of 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 in Scala (by sim642)

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