Rayon is planning its 1.0 release for Valentine’s Day, Feb 14, 2018 – and we would like your feedback!
Following up on the great work that was done during the Libz Blitz, Rayon now has a
fairly concrete set of things to get done before the 1.0 release. Most of the tasks are writing documentation of one sort or another, but
there are also a few remaining API questions that ought to be settled first. We have decided to shoot for Valentine’s Day (Feb 14) as our 1.0 release date. So that gives us about 6 weeks to get that work done.
One of the things that we would like to do is to try and get more people involved in the design and maintenance of Rayon. To that end, we are going to hold two public meetings in the runup to Rayon 1.0:
- January 24th (T-3 weeks till release)
- February 7th (T-1 week till release)
These meetings will review the state of the bugs and make sure we are on track for release. If you are able, they are free for anyone to attend. Exact times to be announced.
Do you think we overlooked something?
If you have concerns about Rayon’s API that you think should be addressed before 1.0, now is the time to speak up! Feel free to leave comments here in this thread. Alternatively, you can open an issue on the Rayon repo (and cc @nikomatsakis and @cuviper to help draw our attention to it).