iliana destroyer of worlds —
Rusoto, an AWS SDK for Rust, is now compatible with
std:: in a beta release, v0.43.0-beta.1.
This comes shortly after merging Rusoto’s
.await pull request,
which is likely the biggest change to Rusoto since shattering the mega-crate.
If you are using Rusoto today, please help us test this release, file issues if it doesn’t work, and tell us in Discord or email me if it does.
Three separate contributors brought Rusoto forward to modern Rust, and several others made additional contributions to improve the ergonomics of using the SDK. Thanks so much to everybody working on Rusoto.
Matthew Mayer is no longer working on Rusoto. I want to thank him for maintaining a project that helped make Rust a viable programming language at Amazon.
At this point I believe I am the main active maintainer of Rusoto. I also happen to work at AWS (working on Amazon Linux and related projects). In September I asked my organization’s leadership and the Open Source Program Office to let me step up as a maintainer in the project, expecting that I would be helping out as part of my job for a few hours per week.
It is my responsibility to ensure I keep this to a few hours per week so I don’t burn myself out on the project and also don’t burn the good will of the company. Thus, maintenance on the project may be slow in the coming months unless we have more folks stepping up. (If you’re interested, please file an issue to let us know!)
Regardless of that, I want to try to set a direction for contributors. Of course, anyone can contribute what they want to see done. But if you’re looking to get started in Rusoto, these are the things that will get us closer to 1.0:
.awaithelps us a lot there, but there is still work to be done.
More immediately, we need to get CI to more reliably pass; since merging the
jobs are consistently timing out again.
The plan is likely to migrate to GitHub Actions; let us know if you have
a solution to our disk quota woes.