On Mon, 2013-01-07 at 09:25 +0100, Siebrand Mazeland (WMF) wrote:
On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 4:00 AM, reporter
MediaWiki Bugzilla Report for December 31, 2012 -
January 07, 2013
Status changes this week
Bugs NEW : 520
Bugs ASSIGNED : 58
Bugs REOPENED : 39
Bugs RESOLVED : 177
Total bugs still open: 9050
Last week: 9031 (+19). At least 520 new, some 180 resolved. Where are the
Above are "Status changes", NOT newly created reports.
Querying Bugzilla for tickets with creation date after -7d  I get
161. Querying for tickets which status changed to RESOLVED and did not
get reopened in the last 7 days  I get 141.
Difference is 20 which corresponds to the "+19" above.
for the week:
Bugs marked FIXED : 125
Bugs marked REMIND : 0
Bugs marked INVALID : 16
Bugs marked DUPLICATE : 15
Bugs marked WONTFIX : 9
Bugs marked WORKSFORME : 17
Bugs marked LATER : 0
Bugs marked MOVED : 0
According to the list above this one, 177 issues were resolved. Here we
have 182 resolutions. Somewhere, 5 are missing.
Above are resolutions that got set - very likely 5 tickets got reopened
after setting that resolution.
Product/Component Resolutions & User Metrics
With 500 new issues
There are no 500 new issues. :)
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I think I didn't resolve a single bug last week. Sure, I closed a few
because I merged some patch sets, but hardly a reason to add my to this
week's hall of fame.
There's no way to differentiate. If you "resolve" a bug report (Bugzilla
speech) you close it, unrelated to any code commits.
Does this report contain any data that can actually be
trusted? Is anyone
getting anything useful out of this report?
I don't get something useful.
It's good to have community and activity statistics (and a good
bikeshedding topic to find meaningful ones), but this report doesn't
give me anything useful. Plus there is also
Plus I don't trust the results in this email, in general.
Andre Klapper | Wikimedia Bugwrangler