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Next-generation IDE infrastructure for the Rust programming language

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Top financial contributors

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Embark

14k EUR since Jul 2019

2

Discord

3k EUR since Sep 2019

3

Parity Technologies

2k EUR since Jan 2020

4

Prisma

1k EUR since May 2020

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Lumeo

800 EUR since Sep 2019

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Brainium Studios

500 EUR since Aug 2019

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The Techno Creatives

199 EUR since Jul 2019

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BanaIO LTD

65 EUR since Jul 2019

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Khonsu Labs

40 EUR since Mar 2020

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Lucidscape

15 EUR since Apr 2020

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Adam Perry

1k EUR since Jul 2019

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repi

1k EUR since Apr 2020

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Chris Bruce

500 EUR since Sep 2019

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Andrew Gallant

500 EUR since Feb 2020

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Kor Nielsen

440 EUR since Jul 2019

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Jordan Miner

330 EUR since Sep 2019

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Corey Richardson

325 EUR since Jul 2019

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Zaki Manian

260 EUR since Jul 2019

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Incognito

250 EUR since Nov 2019

10

Yann Ramin

200 EUR since Jun 2020

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2019 Financial Report

This is a repost from rust-analyzer blog.This is a short financial report for
Published on February 12, 2020 by Aleksey Kladov

Cost of rust-analyzer

This post is also published on rust-analyzer website: https://rust-analyzer.github.io/blog/2019/10/16/finance.htmlIn this post, we'll talk about financial side of the rust-analyzer project. The goal is to find out how much rust-analyzer ...
Published on October 16, 2019 by Aleksey Kladov

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See how money openly circulates through rust-analyzer. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

Monthly financial contribution to rust-analyzer (sponsor)

from Graydon Hoare7/7/2020

+€100.00EUR
Completed

Monthly financial contribution to rust-analyzer (backer)

from Incognito7/7/2020

+€5.00EUR
Completed

Financial contribution to rust-analyzer

from Ken Sonoda7/4/2020

+€5.00EUR
Completed

Today’s balance

€18,021.67 EUR

Estimated annual budget

~ €54,121.56 EUR

rust-analyzer is all of us

Our contributors 165

Everyone who has supported rust-analyzer. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Aleksey Kladov
Admin

Original developer and core contributor of the rust-analyzer project.

Florian Diebold
Admin

Core contributor working mainly on everything related to type inference.

Embark
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€14,000 EUR

Discord
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€2,750 EUR

sponsor

Parity Techno...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€1,740 EUR

sponsor

Adam Perry
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€1,300 EUR

sponsor

Prisma
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€1,300 EUR

sponsor

repi
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€1,200 EUR

Keep up the great work! This will be a foundational, and much needed, tool for the entire Rust community!

Lumeo
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€800 EUR

sponsor

Brainium Studios
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€500 EUR

sponsor

Chris Bruce
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€500 EUR

sponsor

About

rust-analyzer is an experimental compiler frontend for the Rust programming language. The ultimate goal for this project is to provide the perfect IDE experience for Rust, with all IDE features working flawlessly while editing code. rust-analyzer is a part of larger rls-2.0 working group.

More information about the project, including installation instructions, can be found on GitHub:

https://github.com/rust-analyzer/rust-analyzer