I used to maintain a blog over on the old site, it's available here if you want to browse through it. I keep it up in the interest of transparency, but also so as to not break links. My even-older blog is still on github pages too. The content should be the same, except the TWiR posts moved to this-week-in-rust.org. I took a quick skim and nothing there is worth porting to the new blog I think. I might have to make a new 5 year plan.
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