TC39 developer engagement survey
Hi! This survey is part of an initiative in the TC39 to make "how we work" more transparent! We are trying to understand better how we engage with the developer community. The purpose of this survey is to identify how well our current materials are being used by the broader JS developer community, and what we can improve! This is the first of a series of investigations that will be carried out to improve our resources as well as access to our resources. If you have any questions or suggestions please get in touch at
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Can we get in touch? If yes please add your email here
No, but I use it for small personal project
No, I rarely use it or do not use it at all
I know about the TC39, the staging process and how the yearly release works
I know about the TC39 and something about the staging process
I do not know about the TC39 but I am aware that there is a specification and that it comes out anually
I follow specific proposals on github
I read the meeting notes
I read the spec
I get my updates from twitter
I do not follow updates
Are proposals easy to follow?
I do not follow proposals
Have you tried to engage in the proposal process?
Yes, and it was easy
Yes, and it was difficult
I would like to
I did not have anything to contribute
I didn't know I could
I don't feel like it would go anywhere
How do you engage or how would you see yourself engaging?
Proposing a new language feature
Helping with implementing a new language feature
Helping write the tests / spec language
Helping give feedback on existing proposals
I am not sure...
I am not interested in engaging
What would you like to see as a resource for the language specification process?
Is there something we can do better, or that you find particularly frustrating right now?
What questions did we forget to ask?
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