So today I published a rather big workspace, and as a result I got asked twice:
the remote server responded with an error (status 429 Too Many Requests): You have published too many crates in a short period of time. Please try again after Tue, 27 Dec 2022 17:25:13 GMT or email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your limit increased.
First of all my most sincere apology to anyone I inconvenienced publishing so many crates, I'm so sorry. I will try to never publish so many crates again on one go. And if i find myself in the need I'll contact the crates.io team beforehand.
I still some questions. Why is it unreasonable to try an publish eight packages in the workspace, one after the other? Do teams with really big projects like tokio have to coordinate for this kind of thing?
Maybe I have oversplitted my code. Is there a general rule for deciding when to split a piece of code in a workspace? I splitted at what I thought were open and closed pieces of code. Are there better criteria?
Thanks for any answers and again I'm sorry for any inconvenience I may have caused.