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Denise ([staff profile] denise) wrote in [site community profile] dw_dev2012-04-18 09:07 pm
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While looking for something else tonight I wound up running the "resolved/fixed" Bugzilla query, and sometime between the last time I looked and now, we have passed 3000 fixed bugs. (3068, to be precise.) That's only bugs that were resolved with an actual change, patch, or other action, too; if you count duplicates, invalid bugs, things that were fixed-by-proxy, stuff we decided not to do after all, etc, that number goes up to 3469.

Since we started using Bugzilla for keeping track of our tasks in mid-January of 2009, that gives us a rate of approximately 1000 bugs fixed per year. I think that is pretty fucking awesome.
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[personal profile] erika 2012-04-19 02:45 am (UTC)(link)
That's amazing!

For those of us who deal better in shorter spaces of time, that means roughly 2.75 bugs a day, or a bug solved every 8 hours and 45 minutes*!

* if bug solve rate were equal at all times, which it is not, but it's really just an estimation anyway.
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[personal profile] ninetydegrees 2012-04-19 10:49 am (UTC)(link)
(Total icon love!)

For those of us who deal better in shorter spaces of time, that means roughly 2.75 bugs a day, or a bug solved every 8 hours and 45 minutes*!

An even more awesome perspective. Thank you D and Erika for sharing these wonderful stats!
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[personal profile] erika 2012-04-19 11:11 am (UTC)(link)
(Thanks! Credit to [livejournal.com profile] dazed_jaded.)

I love statistics. They're so much fun. :D I did two stats entries on my journal, compiling the info on the number of: days I'd had the journal, entries total, entries under each security level, comments received total/per day/per entry, comments posted total/per day, friends... and I made a note to add the number of polls I've done next time.

Uh, but that last stats entry was in December of 2002, so I'm a little scared to try again. :P That would take a length of time that I fear asymptotically approaches 4ever.