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The big news

Rust 1.0.0-alpha.2 was released on Friday, but keep using nightlies. Six more weeks until the beta, which should become 1.0. Only six more weeks.

What's cooking on master?

157 pull requests were merged in the last week, and 15 RFC PRs.

Now you can follow breaking changes as they happen!

Breaking Changes

Other Changes

New Contributors

  • Adam Jacob
  • Alexander Bliskovsky
  • Brian Brooks
  • caipre
  • Darrell Hamilton
  • Dave Huseby
  • Denis Defreyne
  • Elantsev Serj
  • Henrik Schopmans
  • Ingo Blechschmidt
  • Jormundir
  • Lai Jiangshan
  • posixphreak
  • Ryan Riginding
  • Wesley Wiser
  • Will
  • wonyong kim

Approved RFCs

This covers two weeks since last week I wasn't able review RFCs in time.

New RFCs

Friend of the Tree

The Rust Team likes to occassionally recognize people who have made outstanding contributions to The Rust Project, its ecosystem, and its community. These people are 'friends of the tree'.

This week's friend of the tree was ... Toby Scrace.

"Today I would like to nominate Toby Scrace as Friend of the Tree. Toby emailed me over the weekend about a login vulnerability on crates.io where you could log in to whomever the previously logged in user was regardless of whether the GitHub authentication was successful or not. I very much appreciate Toby emailing me privately ahead of time, and I definitely feel that Toby has earned becoming Friend of the Tree."

Quote of the Week

<Manishearth> In other news, I have r+ on rust now :D
<Ms2ger> No good deed goes unpunished

From #servo. Thanks to SimonSapin for the tip.

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