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Whats`s the average response time? #1879

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ghost opened this Issue Nov 8, 2017 · 3 comments

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ghost commented Nov 8, 2017

Just wonder what is the average response time from a defect have been reported to it's fixed? 1 month? 1 year or 3 years? I noticed a few issue tickets are 3 years old.

Acorn respond within 1 - 2 days before fixed. Based on the history log ShiftJS seems to respond within 1 - 2 days. Cherow stated in the readme the author (s) will fix any bugs reported within 30 minutes. Thats's insane fast.

I'm not sure about respinse time for Babylon, Espree and Flow.

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Everyone is rather busy these days, so the answer is probably a big number, trending towards Infinity.

To get a more accurate answer, I suggest writing a script utilizing GitHub API to iterate through every single issue and compute the mean of the timestamp delta.

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Everyone is rather busy these days, so the answer is probably a big number, trending towards Infinity.

To get a more accurate answer, I suggest writing a script utilizing GitHub API to iterate through every single issue and compute the mean of the timestamp delta.

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Closing this, due to lack of possible follow-up.

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ariya commented Nov 20, 2017

Closing this, due to lack of possible follow-up.

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"due to lack of possible follow-up"? Agree. There was no response from the Esprima team on this . But still my question still stand. Some of the issues haven't been fixed for 3 years, yesterday another users compalingin gbecause no response from Esprima team for more than 18 days etc. So highly relevant question. What is the response time?

ghost commented Nov 20, 2017

"due to lack of possible follow-up"? Agree. There was no response from the Esprima team on this . But still my question still stand. Some of the issues haven't been fixed for 3 years, yesterday another users compalingin gbecause no response from Esprima team for more than 18 days etc. So highly relevant question. What is the response time?

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