[zeromq-dev] Rust Crate

Kyle Kelley rgbkrk at gmail.com
Wed Nov 1 20:50:40 CET 2023

An update! Alexei Kornienko (CCed) just gave us access on crates.io so
we'll work on shipping.

Thank you to Alexei, Fantix King, John Law, and other maintainers for
creating and maintaining zmq.rs.

Welcome aboard to Matthew Mastracci and David Lattimore!

-- Kyle

On Mon, Oct 30, 2023 at 12:43 PM Kyle Kelley <rgbkrk at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hey all,
> Within Deno (a modern JS runtime) we've shipped a Jupyter kernel that uses
> zmq.rs (https://deno.com/blog/v1.37).
> I've primarily been a maintainer on zeromq.js (and to a lesser extent
> pyzmq), so I'm stepping over to help the Rustaceans modernize and complete
> the zmq.rs implementation. There are a few PRs we'd love to see merged
> and shipped (see https://github.com/zeromq/zmq.rs/issues/181). To get
> this started I've added one of the Deno folks, Matt Mastracci (@mmastrac on
> github, CCed), to the repo as a maintainer. Matt's a great and friendly
> rust dev I trust to make the zeromq bindings for Rust A+.
> The question now is -- who can ship the Rust crate?
> --
> Kyle Kelley

Kyle Kelley
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