[TWiR] Call for Participation


#204

auto_impl has a few issues for beginners interested in working with the new proc macro API. With the crate auto_impl, you can easily implement your trait for certain “wrapper types” (e.g. &T where T: YourTrait).

We’d love to get more people involved! I’d be glad to mentor anyone interested in helping out.

Link to issue tracker with E-easy filter. I’m not sure if it’s preferred to post single issue on TWiR. In that case, here are the four links:

I also posted this on Reddit.

CC @KodrAus


#205

I might as well take advantage of this call for participation stuff, so…


#206

Crater now has a contributing guide and a few issues with mentoring instructions!


#207

Quinn has some good first issues, listed here:


#208

I’m looking for someone to update the parser in macro_railroad, the syntax-diagram generator for macro_rules!()-syntax, to syn-0.15 (from 0.14). There are some bugs in the current parser which we also never got around to fixing. Tracking issue is here.


#209

The imag project is looking for contributors:

Feel free to PM me here, mail via the mailinglist or send a direct mail if you have any questions!


#210

Hiya, I’d like some help on implementing serialization of enums using the externally tagged representation for the TOML crate.

toml-rs/issues/225 has the background, and toml-rs/pull/267 is where I got to (but have to redirect my efforts due to time constraints)

Thank you :bowing_man:


#211

Cargo has 2 new help-wanted


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#212

I’ve done all I can do get Ruby & Rust integrated and working on the Windows OS with Rutie and I need your help to get an issue resolved.


#213

macro_railroad is looking for a contributor in the underlying syntax-diagram library: Most macros’ syntax runs wide horizontally, making the resulting diagram hard to read on small screens. We can easily mitigate this in the underlying presentation layer by overflowing long-running Sequences into Stacks. The required primitives are basically already in place.

Tracking issue here


#214

swc is a project to make web development faster. It transcompiles new-generation javascript to old-generation javascript.

I’ve implemented basical parts like parsing and code generation. But it requires much more work.

For demonstration, it works like

issue tracker


#215

I’m planning to start the work on Tera 1.0 but time is limited.

The main thing I would like help with is converting error handling from error-chain to standard Error: https://github.com/Keats/tera/issues/297


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#219

cargo tarpaulin is looking for any assistance in adding OSX support (issue). A lot of work has been done but debugging via travis is difficult.