What's everyone working on this week (30/2019)?

New week, new Rust! What are you folks up to?

Same as last week. uom (type-safe zero-cost dimensional analysis) documentation and PR code reviews. I'm hoping to get a couple of the PRs landed -- but we'll see how much time I can find.

Plugging away at the Rust track on Exercism while mentoring other people's solutions to exercises I have finished already.

trying to implement multi-threaded + async static http server in rust , from scratch and dependency free

I'm continue working in Malaga project

I've just about finished converting some old Ruby and C code at WordTree Foundation to Rust, and I'm really happy with the performance so far! WordTree studies relationships between ancient books, with emphasis on the Book of Mormon (because most of us are or used to be LDS). Rust is helping us go from about ~10 seconds of textual processing per book to about 200 ms per book. So much better!

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I've been working on a somewhat hacky port of Tetra (a 2D game framework) to WASM :slight_smile:

It's early days yet, but starting to get things to move on the screen, which is pretty satisfying: https://tetra-wasm-sandbox.netlify.com/

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Is there usually a long wait for someone to approve an exercise? I saw your post and started working on some of the problems there. Just finished the Reverse String one and it says the median waiting time for someone is 4 days even though there are 0 ahead of me and 0 in the queue.

i am working on learn_rust_for_web as an experiment to write web applications in rust from scratch without a framework (lot of work remains) all comments to repo are welcome !