- Discourse (users): for discussing using and learning Rust.
- Discourse (internals): for discussion of Rust language design and implementation. And bike-shedding.
- Reddit: for general Rust discussion.
- IRC on Moznet:
- #rust is for all things Rust;
- #rust-internals is for discussion of other Rust implementation topics;
- #rustc is for discussion of the implementation of the Rust compiler;
- #rust-lang is for discussion of the design of the Rust language;
- #rust-libs is for discussion of the implementation of the Rust standard libraries;
- #rust-tools is for discussion of Rust tools;
- #rust-gamedev is for people doing game development in Rust;
- #rust-crypto is for discussion of cryptography in Rust;
- #rust-osdev is for people doing OS development in Rust;
- #rust-webdev is for people doing web development in Rust;
- #rust-networking is for people doing computer network development and programming in Rust;
- #cargo is for discussion of Cargo, Rust's package manager;
- #rust-offtopic is for general chit-chat amongst Rustaceans;
- #servo is for discussion of Servo, the browser engine written in Rust;
- #rust-bots notifcations about Rust from a selection of bots.
Saturday, 20 August 2016
Rust is a systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents almost all crashes, and eliminates data races.
Rustaceans are people who use Rust, contribute to Rust, or are interested in the development of Rust.
This website is for finding Rustaceans. Wondering who is behind that GitHub username or IRC nick? Here is where to find out (search at the top of the page).
If you want to add or edit your details on rustaceans.org, you can send a pull request to the rustaceans.org repo. It's very simple and there is no new username/password. See the readme in the repo for details.
See a random rustacean.
Rustaceans communicate via many channels: