Rust language gets new governance

Proponents of the Rust programming language have formed the Rust Leadership Council, to serve as the top-level governance body of the Rust Project. The change follows some disgruntlement in the Rust community over the project’s leadership and governance.

Announced June 20, the Rust Leadership council will assume responsibility for top-level governance concerns while most responsibilities of the Rust Project, such as evolution of the language, maintenance of the compiler and core tooling, and administration of infrastructure, remain with nine top-level teams. These nine teams cover the following: compiler, crates.io, dev tools, infrastructure, language, launching pad, library, moderation, and release.

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