the current rust-mavlink repo owned by 3drobotics is no longer maintained (please see the discussion there https://github.com/3drobotics/rust-mavlink/issues/10 ).
One of the ideas that came out of that discussion was to migrate the repository under Dronecode or Mavlink organizations, so it can be better supported moving forward.
Right now, me and @tstellanova are the most active developers there, and we are happy to continue supporting the repository, and push new versions of rust-mavlink to crates.io.
Since this is my first post here, I am asking if that sounds like a good idea to you, and if there are some additional steps/goals you would like to discuss. I think Mavlink organization would be a better home for this repo, as it is focused solely on Rust implementation of Mavlink protocol.
Maybe @rroche has some additional input?