:wave:, creating this topic so people can introduce themselves and ask for things to do :smile:
I have some specific things, others probably too but wanted to mention first that in general we have issues on the issue tracker labeled as E-easy that means that the issue doesn't require you have a lot of experience and some labeled as E-mentor that means that the issue is mentored by someone
feel free to create a thread with your name and mention a bit what would you like to do if you know or if that would be anything
Hi, I am Mahmut Bulut. Working on Rust since 2012. Yes 2012, with intermittent intervals. I want to get back on the track. My mentor was
oli-obk and I wanted to work on miri related things. Currently there are couple of open and closed PRs to some I-unsound and Miri related things from my side. I am happy to work on these topics. I might need heavy guidance because I didn't contributed for a long time.
another thing that you may be interested in is reading rustc-guide and maybe joining #t-compiler/wg-learning, that's a working group where we try to improve documentation so people can learn how the compiler works
Can confirm it is a great way to start.
Hello and thanks for the invite! :wave: Posted an introduction here https://rust-lang.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/122652-new-members/topic/Walther/near/179057107
more information that you may find interesting ...
compiler-team, there you can find working groups and information like experts on different areas so you can find people to ask stuff
@Santiago Pastorino I see 1 closed and 2 open llvm-icebreaker issues on rust-lang/rust. Is that idea still active? Thanks!
hi @Daniel Franklin, yes the llvm-icebreaker issues are active
it also happens that there haven't been a ton of those issues
@Daniel Franklin LLVM bugs also tend to come in batches -- e.g., when we upgrade to a new version of LLVM, there are suddenly a lot of them, and then things quiet down.
@nikomatsakis Thanks for letting me know