Re: Wishlist for woody+1
On Sun, 26 May 2002, Anthony Towns wrote:
> On Sun, May 26, 2002 at 02:29:15AM -0500, Adam Heath wrote:
> > On 26 May 2002, Brian May wrote:
> > > - 0 bugs in BTS.
> > All 25000+ bugs closed? Yeah, right, that'll happen.
> That's an underestimate. We have roughly 100 new bugs opened a day,
> so if we were to release in six months, say, we'd have to close 18,000
> additional bugs or so, or 43,000. Which is to say we'd have to close
> bugs at about 240% of the rate we currently do, without increasing the
> rate at which we file bugs.
You might want to recalculate things.
I have my index generator turned off, and I run it manually every so often.
It gives me how many new bugs, and how many archived bugs, it has scanned
since the last run.
So, we have more bugs being archived(an indication of bugs being closed) than
we do have new bugs being filed. And, it's by a wide margin.
(Changed bugs mean some kind of status change, either a new mail to the bug,
severity, subject, etc).
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