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You have valid points, especially about contributing back to the community. However, I was using Rust to learn how a webserver or a kernel worked, not to learn how a language worked.

If I was writing my own code for my own use, and it didn't effect a grade or was part of important work, then using Rust and learning from/contributing to the community would be a great experience.

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