Hi, since today there is a nice graph on the frontpage of https://piuparts.debian.org/ showing the number of filed + open bugs usertagged piuparts. Sadly, this graph is slightly incorrect (the stacking is wrong) and not as meaningful (it doesnt show RC vs non-RC bugs) as it could be. And it only starts in 2013, and not in 2005. For that, I need historical data though. So far, I did this: # query bts ALL=$(bts select usertag:piuparts users:firstname.lastname@example.org archive:both 2>/dev/null|wc -l) OPEN=$(bts select usertag:piuparts users:email@example.com status:open 2>/dev/null|wc -l) which gives me a nice list of 2536 bugs, the oldest being #227885 (though probably #331110/2005-10-01 should be used as a starting date, as piuparts didnt exist when #227885 was filed..) Now what I really want is a table with the following five columns and data going back to 2005: date,open rc bugs, open other bugs, fixed rc bugs, fixed other bugs. This shouldn't be too hard to create, but using /usr/bin/bts seems suboptimal at best, also because its not possible to use usertags with "limit" and there is no option to "select" a date. (Or I failed to grasp /usr/bin/bts properly.) Hints welcome. cheers, Holger
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