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As Rust 1.34 is now on the `stable` channel, `TryFrom` has been removed the `unstable` flag and we don't need our own `TryFrom` any more.
- All your commits need to be [verified with your PGP signature](https://help.github.com/en/articles/signing-commits).
- Commit messages need to abide by the [conventional commits specification](https://www.conventionalcommits.org/en/v1.0.0-beta.2/), and references to the original issue are not needed as we use use ZenHub for that. A example for this issue could be:
refactor(data_structures): remove our own try_from
Btw, feel free to drop by the [Witnet community on Discord](https://discord.gg/X4uurfP) at any time to discuss any future contributions and learn more about the project :D