bugzilla usage trends
Richard W.M. Jones
rjones at redhat.com
Fri Oct 10 10:12:21 UTC 2014
On Thu, Oct 09, 2014 at 05:39:34PM -0400, Przemek Klosowski wrote:
> I was curious about the rate of bug reporting in Fedora, and did
> this quick experiment. I thought it might be interesting to folks
> here who either work on the infrastructure or are curious about
> long-term collaboration trends in Fedora.
> I checked the date of reporting of every 10,000th bug (bugzilla #1,
> #10000, etc, all the way to the recent 1150000---see attached data).
> Some bugs were private so I didn't have access to their info, but I
> got enough data to calculate bug velocity (increase in the bug
> number divided by the time interval) over time. The data is a little
> noisy, but you can clearly see the ever-increasing trend.
I'm afraid there are a couple of problems with this analysis:
- Automated bugs (eg from abrt) may or may not be considered to be
real bug reports.
- Bugzilla has both imported large bug sets from other databases at
various times (when Red Hat acquired other companies), and also has
had periods when it didn't allocate bug numbers sequentially. At
one point IIRC each new bug report incremented the bug ID by 10.
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