looking at the docs it seems that multiple futures are created via FuturesOrdered (or unordered) - and then pushing to that.
But when I try this I get an error:
let foo:FuturesOrdered<Future<Output=Result<String, String>>> = FuturesOrdered::new();
Any tips for the right way to create a bunch of futures that resolve as one future?
0.3, and ideally I’d like to ultimately say
let foo_results = foo.await?;