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What's cooking on master?

58 pull requests were merged in the last week.

Now you can follow breaking changes as they happen!

Breaking Changes

Other Changes

New Contributors

  • Aaron Liblong
  • jbranchaud
  • jfager
  • Jim Apple
  • kulakowski
  • Mukilan Thiyagarajan
  • Oliver Schneider
  • Paul Collier
  • Victor van den Elzen

Approved RFC's

New RFC's


Get your (unofficial) rustacean t-shirts!

From the Team

There was no weekly meeting as the team was at a workweek in Portland. There weren't a lot of coherent minutes taken this time, but any discussions of substance will result in RFCs. Topics were largely around stabilization in preparation for 1.0, and this workweek featured a greater ratio of hacking to talking than previous ones.

Blog Posts

Zbigniew Siciarz has been writing an informative (and ambitious) series called "24 Days of Rust". Nice work, Zbigniew!

But that's not all that's going on!


New Projects

Project Updates

Upcoming Meetups