I’m not sure whether this is a question that should be asked in private or in public as the matter might be a bit sensitive, but I hope asking here is okay, as it was listed as the preferred method of contacting the docs team.
Docs.rs is an awesome service, but it seems to be falling behind w r t compiler versions. It’s currently running a nightly snapshot from (I think) May-June 2018, so crates using new APIs in stable 1.28 (or 1.29, etc) will not compile. I tried filing an issue for this ( https://github.com/onur/docs.rs/issues/233 ), but there has been no response from anyone who can do anything about it even though I’ve been waiting for a month.
I’m not sure what to do about this or how official “docs.rs” is, but since it is so widely used it would be quite bad for the Rust ecosystem if it stopped working.
Again, I really appreciate docs.rs and I don’t want to point fingers at anyone that has graciously been providing something without asking for anything in return - I’m just sad to see it slowly deteriorating by not staying up-to-date, and wanted to raise the issue somehow.