I was surprised that it was not a 501(c)(3), but a 501(c)(6), which I had never seen before.
Then I searched further and found this:
“501(c)(3) organizations must serve the public. 501(c)(6) organizations are formed to serve their members.”
I guess that makes sense, but I thought it was interesting to point this out.
This is a one year old article. It would be interesting to read if the transition was successful, but there are no followup posts on their blog.
Probably still waiting for the Rust project to finish compiling…
It would probably be fine if they skip serde. I’m wondering if they’re using nanoserde or not.
50 -> 7 sec build time by switching to nanoserde
This is the winning joke.