Francis, On Thursday 27 September 2007 23:36, Francis Giannaros wrote:
Since the DVD9s are being sent off for shipping, I thought I'd interest myself again by taking a look at some Bugzilla statistics again. So why not share? :-)
isn't that worth an article on news.opensuse.org? M
Without further ado (and no double-checking)...
There was a total of 6708 bugs reported; a massive 5308 of these were CLOSED/RESOLVED already (~80%). 258 of these were blockers, and 567 of them were critical. 3138 are RESOLVED+FIXED.
With 3258 bug reports (and the top three bug reporters), the non-Novell Community makes up 49% of all bug reports in openSUSE 10.3.
918 different people reported those bugs! 423 of them reported 1 bug report; 128 of them reported 2. 773 of them reported 9 or less.
The top 10 bug reporters are: firstname.lastname@example.org 350 email@example.com 180 firstname.lastname@example.org 177 email@example.com 165 firstname.lastname@example.org 149 email@example.com 148 firstname.lastname@example.org 124 email@example.com 117 firstname.lastname@example.org 116 email@example.com 95
Please buy them an extra beer! Or if you really want to thank them, cider ;-). ahanke hasn't reported anything for over 4 months (where are you!).
300 different people or teams had bugs assigned to them.
The bug with the most duplicates is Bug 240922, with 18. Beta 2 had the most bugs filed against it, taking 873 of the total.
100% of the votes say openSUSE 10.3 is an awesome release 8).
That's all for now :-)
For a run-down on the severity of others, see: http://tinyurl.com/3dadqw  http://tinyurl.com/2wa46b  Enable "array subscript is above array bounds" gcc warnings?  http://tinyurl.com/2j3rwe