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As a student, how do I know if mentors are active in my track? #4368

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ftt opened this issue Sep 25, 2018 · 2 comments
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As a student, how do I know if mentors are active in my track? #4368

ftt opened this issue Sep 25, 2018 · 2 comments
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@ftt ftt commented Sep 25, 2018

Currently, there is no way for me to see if there are any active mentors in my track.

For example, the number of Rust mentors has increased over time, but I feel like the lag between solution submission and its review has also increased.
Is it because there are no active mentors?
Is it because mentors are active but overwhelmed by the amount of solutions?
Is it because mentors tend to ignore solutions to some exercises?

Would be cool to see something like "historically, solutions to this exercise take n days on average before review". That would set some expectations :)

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@mbbroberg mbbroberg commented Oct 1, 2018

Great question @ftt. I dig the feature idea 😄, as long as it's after other big ideas on the roadmap.

FWIW, there are currently 28 mentors listed on the site and over 6,000 students 🤯. I think Rust got a lot more popular and it's taking a bit to review. Good luck!

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@iHiD iHiD commented Oct 3, 2018

I want us to get much better at providing this information to learners. I really like the "historically, solutions to this exercise take n days on average before review" idea. I've added this to the roadmap - thanks.

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