It would be great if svgbob could be incorporated into rustdocs as well, so we can incorporate ascii diagrams inline with code comments.
Notice: I’m the crate owner.
From the crate description:
Microservices Status Page. Monitors a distributed infrastructure and sends alerts to Slack.
Vigil is an open-source Status Page you can host on your infrastructure, used to monitor all your servers and apps, and visible to your users (on a domain of your choice, eg. status.example.com).
It is useful in microservices contexts to monitor both apps and backends. If a node goes down in your infrastructure, you receive a status change notification in a Slack channel.
I’d like to suggest async-mesos-rs, an asynchronous client for Apache Mesos scheduler events, that I’ve written.
It was mentioned in the (quite popular) Reddit thread after the last Chucklefish game.
You know what, I was actually unaware of noisy_float, that actually looks like almost exactly what I wanted. It even implements all the important num_traits traits, including the Float trait. I actually wish I knew about this before, thank you for showing me that!
I want to nominate crowbook.
Crowbook’s aim is to allow you to write a book in Markdown without worrying about formatting or typography, and let the program generate HTML, PDF and EPUB output for you.
Ditto - CRDTs (conflict-free replicated data types) for common data structures like maps, vecs, sets, text, and JSON.