TL;DR I think it would be great if anyone is up to writing a treatise on "patterns" in Rust that they present examples of those patterns, as named in the GoF book, in Rust.
I have to come clean and state up front that I have never read the famous GoF book. It came when Java was all the range. I have never been drawn to the OOP everything idea and Java was no use in my world of embedded systems that needed to be small, fast and portable. So GoF was not on my reading list. But ....
As far as I can tell GoF is not about object oriented programming. It's about design patterns. It is an exercise in shoehorning common, and not so common, programming techniques/strategies into the object oriented world. Thus making it possible for those in the "everything is a class" world get anything done.
I recently discovered this vague notion of mine is very clearly expressed by the work of Mario Fusco.
"From object oriented to functional domain modeling": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6BmGBzIqW0
"g ∘ f patterns by Mario Fusco": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rmer37g9AZM
He even demonstrates the point concretely, in a live coding session, by taking some examples of GoF patterns in the traditional OOP style and greatly shortening, simplifying and clarifying them by throwing away the classes and OOP junk and replacing them with a sprinkling of lambdas, options and matches. (Does that sound a bit Rusty already?).
An important thing that GoF did was to give names to those programming techniques so that programmers can understand each other when talking about what they do.
So, in short, I think it would be great if anyone is up to writing a treatise on "patterns" in Rust that they present examples of those patterns, as named in GoF, in Rust.