however we do not per-se have a nice place to put crates like these anywhere, other than in the compiler’s own tree
I think we should be moving more things to crates, and I think those crates should live in the rust-lang org. I do however thing we have to get more organized about it. We have some such dependencies already, such as
ena. There is also
poloniusbut those aren't in "real" use yet.
But we should kind of ensure the same minimal set of permissions for those crates and have some policies to help us track their issues during triage and things
that last part is kind of tricky, I don't think GH makes it particularly easy
this was something I had thought about discussing at the All Hands
(forked from this topic on stack growth)