DPN RC bugs statistics (was Re: Debian Project News 2010/10 frozen. Please review and translate)
On 2010-09-02 06:28, Justin B Rye wrote:
Not exactly, since "solving" a bug is not always "fixing" it. For
example, the presence of a serious bug in a non-free package can be
solved via package removal.
Alexander Reichle-Schmehl wrote:
Ah, I think that was introduced recently, when the paragraph was
rewritten. Maybe it should be more something like: "The [bts] currently
knows about 302 release-critical bug reports. Ignoring bugs multiple
reported bugs, bugs which are easily solved or on the way to being
That's getting a bit tangled. You mean
Ignoring multiply reported bugs and ones which are easily solved
or on the way to being solved, roughly speaking, about XXX release
critical bugs remain to be solved for the release to happen.
Could "bugs which are easily solved or on the way to being solved"
be simplified to "ones that have a fix available"?
What category are
security-upload candidates meant to be in?
What do you mean? What category are security bugs meant to be in?