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> For practical or business purposes, this is a nice bit of incomplete information to help make a decision.

Is it? Does the fact that people open lots of issues in C++, Rust and Scala make you more or less inclined to pick one of those for your new project? Why?

I'm all for making the best use we can out of incomplete or noisy data, but that stat doesn't tell you anything, it's just a number.




> Does the fact that people open lots of issues in C++, Rust and Scala make you more or less inclined to pick one of those for your new project? Why?

I have seen "There are two thousand open issues, do they ever fix any bugs?" on a few occasions.




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