--- Comment #38 from Quim Gil <q...@wikimedia.org> ---
(In reply to Alvaro from comment #37)
> Remember that the review time is computed for all submissions using the NOW
> > That changeset was uploaded on May 7, 2013, and if this was the only patch
> > around I would expect a line starting with 24 days at the end of May, 54 at
> > the end of June... until the current 301. Or am I missing something?
> The way we are computing this metric is a bit different.
> What do you think? Hmmm, it make sense what your are expecting so maybe we
> need to rework this metric. The computing of the metric is more difficult
> using your approach.
Since comment #15 I'm assuming that the graphs showing age are being counted
based on this rule:
"For each measurement timespot, median of the ages of all reviews still open at
that timespot, understanding as "age" the time period since the review
was open to the measurement timespot."
Which is exactly the way I'm counting the example of Babel above.
Isn't this the rule used already to draw "Review time for open submissions:
Upload and Updated times (median)"?
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