Almost everybody knows the journal Acta Informatica. Some really important publications appeared there over the years.
Upon looking on the website of the journal I noticed the following:
Number of days from submission of a manuscript to first decision: 15
Does this mean that this is not a peer-review journal anymore? What is the current status of the journal? Do people submit (good) work there?
I find it very hard to believe that they provide feedback after 15 days.
I understand that this is a soft question, so feel free to comment for deletion if you think it does not comply with the guidelines.
Update: to somewhat confirm my initial and slight "suspicion", here are the average times from submission to "Final Acceptance" of a paper. According to this (American Mathematical Society) link, this average time for up to 2015, is 3.8 months for Acta Informatica, time that surely is very low for such a TCS journal and somewhat consistent with the 2016 statistics of 15 days from submission to first decision.