[rust-dev] Rust Research Project Query
erick.tryzelaar at gmail.com
Wed Oct 8 13:56:31 PDT 2014
Hey there Victor,
There are plenty of interesting projects that need to get done. The places
I would suggest looking would be the active RFCs  and the interesting
projects in our bug database . Before you do anything though, you should
check with the RFC author to see if someone's already started working on
it. Also, I highly recommend coming into our irc channel #rust on
irc.rust-lang.org . I'm sure people there will have even more ideas for
Welcome to the project!
On Wed, Oct 8, 2014 at 10:51 AM, Victor Barua <victor.barua at gmail.com>
> Dear Rust Developers,
> I'm a senior Computer Science undergraduate student at the University of
> British Columbia. As part of my degree I have to complete an undergraduate
> thesis which is a project of around 220 hours between now and next April.
> Rust is a language that has caught my eye and I would be very interested in
> working on something related to it that I could contribute back to the
> community at the end of my project.
> I was hoping to ask the community for ideas on any tools, language
> features or research that would be useful to the community and fit the
> scope of 220 hours undergraduate project. I apologize in advance if this is
> the wrong forum to post such a question.
> Victor I. Barua
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