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 There are important applications integrating Rust as a first-class language. Tor is one of them, and at some point in the future, the [[https://​trac.torproject.org/​projects/​tor/​wiki/​RustInTor|Tor team has plans to announce a release and release date where Rust will be required]]. Even the Linux Kernel Team is interested in providing [[https://​lwn.net/​Articles/​797828/​|modules written in Rust]]. There are important applications integrating Rust as a first-class language. Tor is one of them, and at some point in the future, the [[https://​trac.torproject.org/​projects/​tor/​wiki/​RustInTor|Tor team has plans to announce a release and release date where Rust will be required]]. Even the Linux Kernel Team is interested in providing [[https://​lwn.net/​Articles/​797828/​|modules written in Rust]].
  
-<note tip>As an alternative to Tor, [[https://​i2pd.website/​|i2pd (I2P Daemon)]] may be used. It is a full-featured C++ implementation of I2P client, **useful for building and using the anonymous I2P network**. However, **i2pd isn't compatible with the Tor network and uses .i2p rather than .onion sites** (also known as Tor Hidden Services).</​note>​+<note tip>As an alternative to Tor, [[https://​i2pd.website/​|i2pd (I2P Daemon)]] may be used. It is a full-featured C++ implementation of I2P client, **useful for building and using the anonymous I2P network**. However, **i2pd isn't compatible with the Tor network and uses .i2p rather than .onion sites** (also known as [[en:​main:​hidden_services|Tor Hidden Services]]).</​note>​
  
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