What follows is a list of high-level goals, like "async fn everywhere", that capture some part of the improved user experience. Each goal has associated initiatives, which are particular streams of work within that goal. Each goal and each initiative have an associated owner -- in some cases multiple owners -- who are the people responsible for ensuring that the goal/initiative is making progress. If you click on a goal/initiative, you will get a high-level description of its impact. That is, how the experience of using async Rust is going to change as a result of this work.
We categorize the goals and initiatives into four states:
|🦀||In progress: Work is ongoing!|
|✋||Help wanted: Seeking an owner to pursue this! Talk to the wg leads if you are interested.|
|💤||Paused: we are waiting to work on this until some other stuff gets done.|
Some goals and initiatives have further "how to help" instructions for those wanting to contribute. These are marked by the 🛠️ symbol.
Clicking on active initiatives also shows a list of milestones. These milestones (things like "write an evaluation doc") indicate the planned work ahead of us. We meet every 2 weeks to assess our progress on these milestones and to update the list as needed.