I’ve been bumping my head against the wall for a few weeks because Meteor is taking ~1mn to rebuild as soon as I do any kind of file change, as have others: https://github.com/meteor/meteor/issues/4284
So this made me wonder:
- how long before I move to another framework where I can get stuff done
- what is Meteor “quality” state. Here is a vizualization of the number of issues from https://9-volt.github.io/bug-life:
(This tool seems to count labels, so some issues would get counted several times if they have several labels. Or at least this is how I understand the difference between 1.7k and the 1k issues github reports)
Anyway, issues number is continuously increasing and it’s very high.
- are most of those issues not a priority/not super relevant? If so, why?
- else, why is MDG focussing on first developing new ambitious features like Apollo before getting issues settled?