gathering useful statistics for QA team
kparal at redhat.com
Thu Jul 22 06:45:11 UTC 2010
----- "\"Jóhann B. Guðmundsson\"" <johannbg at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 07/21/2010 12:27 PM, Kamil Paral wrote:
> > We surely need more statistics. Our time is limited and we decided
> > invest it into community participation related statistics, because
> > feel our community management and motivation management seems to
> > behind a little.
> If you are going to start gathering individual user activity within
> QA community.
> You need to collect from
> Filed reports and bug status changes ( Covers reporting and triaging
> might wanna separated stats for all bug status changes )
> Karma points given and probably want to keep positive and negative
> Which packages individual gives karma points
> Wiki editing ( lines added removed etc )
> Track activity ( tickets filed acted upon )
> Track activity ( tickets filed, acted upon and code committed )
> irc .
> #fedora-bugzappers ( The triage team decided to move to their own
> channel because QA was more QE only discussion )
> I think that covers all areas QA community members operate in.
Hey, thanks. I had a few of those areas in mind, but watching trac
tickets never occurred to me, good idea. Also monitoring IRCs for
the most talkative person could be quite fun :)
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