Rust release milestone predictions


#61

Thanks @Aaronepower!

I updated the op to move 1.18 to “past”, and linked in the 1.19 relnotes.


#62

I did a pass over everything and updated them. I’m losing motivation to continue doing so and I encourage others to add items to the op as they become aware of their status.


#63

The PR linked for Android host builds has been merged. Does it belong to a specific release now?


#64

Since it’s not yet the 31st, I believe that makes 1.21 the expected version for it to land in.


#65

Can an estimate for stablizing https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/pull/43574 be made?


#66

If I understand the process correctly, everything in nightly is always expected to make it into the next beta release, and from there to the next stable release after that.


#67

That is the process, but the trickle-down doesn’t start until it’s marked #[stable] in nightly. (i.e. it will currently make its way to release as #[unstable], effectively internal-only.)


#68

Update on the reference stuff – I’ve been stopped entirely for months, because whatever side project time I’ve had has gone 100% into either the podcast or trying to get TypeScript off the ground in the Ember.js ecosystem. And I’m teetering on the edge of burnout at times. So I don’t know when that will be finished by me. People should not see me as a blocker to it; I intend to post publicly that others can take it on (and would welcome someone on the docs team shepherding it through).


#69

We’ve got 1.21 in beta now, any volunteers for helping out with writing the release notes? @Aaronepower perhaps?


#70

I am currently working on it, I’ve just been busy with work there should be a PR by the latest next week.


#71

Awesome thanks so much @Aaronepower!


#72

The release notes for 1.21 are currently a little thin on notes, and it could definitely benefit from a few more sets of eyes from various teams to see if it’s missing anything!


#73

Moved impl Try for Option to 1.22, since PR 42526 has landed.


#74

At that point, code would be magically using the Try trait on stable… could we go ahead and just stabilize the Try trait?


#75

That’s already been true with Result.

Work is still ongoing to stabilize the Try trait.


#76

I put the next two releases in the OP. Anything we’re excited about landing in the rest of the year?


#77

Has this been abandoned? It was nice to have a little predictability on what might be in store in the next few versions. Given the excitement with 1.26 and 1.27 I thought to look here but it seems to have been left un-updated.


#78

It has, the editions are complex enough they have their own tracking system. see the post about the all hands for a link.


#79

Thanks, that’s a really nice tracking spreadsheet, congratulations.


#80

What’s the link to the new release tracking spreadsheet?