I am looking for a webpage that I could give to colleague to give them a rough idea of what Rust is and isn't, what you should expect (tooling, learning curve, libraries, …), why you should and should not use it,… It should be both complete, and digest, so probably something that take 10mn to read/watch to have enough substance, while not being too intimidating.
The homepage of https://www.rust-lang.org/ is way to succinct, and looks more like a commercial than an honest presentation. I was surprised that it wasn't linked to something more detailed.
I think that starting using Rust for our project at work is a really good idea, but if I speak myself, I look like an evangelist witch isn't a good way to present it. Our team consists mostly of scientist and not programmers, so the readability, quality of the errors, and maintainability by non-programmer is really important. I think that Rust cross all the marks, but I would have like to have a more neutral presentation to handle them.