Rust Magazine is an non-profit online publication dedicated to the Rust programming language and its ecosystem.
No, Rust Magazine is an independent publication and is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Rust programming language or its maintainers.
Rust Magazine is run by a team of volunteers from the Rust community. If you’re interested in joining the team, please reach out to us via email or Github.
Rust Magazine is for anyone interested in Rust, from beginners to advanced users, developers, and enthusiasts.
Rust Magazine is published on a monthly basis, with each issue consisting of, at most, 10 articles.
There are several ways to contribute articles to Rust Magazine:
When we find a great article from the community which we think deserves adding to the magazine, we’ll try to contact you. If you agree to publish it in the magazine, then we’ll help you submit your PR and get it merged.
We’ll invite some Rustaceans to write an article based on various topics and themes.
You can also submit your PR if you think your article is excellent. We appreciate everyone’s efforts to contribute.
For more information about how to contribute, please check the how to contribute page.
We encourage authors to customize their cover image, however, it is not mandatory.
[[article]] ... cover = "/path/to/cover.png"
Do you have any information about your reader base, such as their size or where they are mainly from?
We don’t have concrete details on the distribution of our readers since we have not added analysis services like Google Analytics to track them. However, we believe that we have a considerable audience worldwide, as we have had an article trend on Hacker News on February, 2023. We are constantly striving to reach more readers and grow our community.
Since Rust Magainze is a non-profit publication, we rely on sponsorship to pay our authors. Visit the Sponsor us page to learn more.
The content of the magazine is licensed under the CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 LICENSE by default unless otherwise specified.
No, Rust Magazine is dedicated solely to topics related to the Rust programming language and its ecosystem.
You can get involved with Rust Magazine by contributing articles, editing, reviewing, leaving comment, and providing feedback.
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