If you are a member of the Rust DSP group, you should have received an invitation to the RustAudio group.
Fate of Rust DSP
At this time, it isn’t going anywhere. I want to transfer our actively developed repositories over to Rust Audio, however. This includes
lv2, and more. Expect some errors with projects that use CI - I’ll try to fix them as soon as they come up.
The structure of Rust Audio is rather loose at the moment. Everyone has the “Admin” team, which is just a monolithic group that controls repo access. While I don’t want to touch this since it affects other current members, I will most likely be creating teams for specific projects (such as LV2) so they can be managed more easily.
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Right now, these repos are slated to move to Rust Audio:
- rust.audio website repo. This has not been updated for a bit but I feel as though its in a state where the information can be useful. I will continue to contribute towards this project when I get a chance.
Which leaves areweaudioyet and rtb-rs. The former is very barebones and has not been updated in a bit, so I am holding off on it until we can divert more resources towards creating that site, as I will be focused on rust.audio. This is not a final decision, and just my opinion, so please speak up if you’d like it moved.
I am unsure as to the status of
rtb. Let me know what you’d like to be done with this one. My preference is to move it.