We’re all into Rust and want to see it succeed. A number of exciting things have happened in Rust in the last year, and one of the best is that there are now real people running real Rust code in real production scenarios. It’s all very real!
This is something we like talking about as much as we can, and we encourage people running Rust to talk about their experiences with it publicly. Together we can make Rust great, right?
Now that there are a handful of well-known parties running Rust in production we’ve put together a page on the website to brag about them, “Friends of Rust”. It includes logos of organizations, and a blurb about what they are doing with Rust. Some even include links to further information for the prospective hacker to read about how Rust is being applied to real-world problems. So this should be good promotion for both Rust and those using and talking about Rust.
The page is linked from the FAQ, and will eventually be linked more prominently once it’s grown a bit, possibly in conjunction with a website redesign.
It already includes several organizations who have generously agreed to let us use their logos to get the page started, but it needs to keep growing.
If your organization is using Rust in production, we implore you to add your information to this page. To do so fill out this form on the issue tracker, and we’ll take it from there!