[Libreoffice-qa] Evaluating first 3.5.0 Bug-Hunt Session

Rainer Bielefeld LibreOffice at bielefeldundbuss.de
Fri Dec 30 01:12:23 PST 2011

Cor Nouws schrieb:

> So our two days session has come to an end.
> As far as I understood, general BugZilla activity was about two, three
> times as much as normal. 60-80 issues touched against 30 on an avarage day.
> Did I note that correct, Rainer?


yes, that was my result, unfortunately with a query only checking for 

I reworked it a little [1]. Now it lists all reports between 2011-12-28 
09:00 ... 2011-12-29 23:00 UTC, excluding Invalid or NOTABUG reports.

That now shows 71 New reports (what sounds and si much better), with the 
new old  "winner", number of Bugs confirmed by a normal query [2]

Don't worry that my statistics on my Workbench show much bigger numbers, 
those numbers are for a range "1-d ... NOW", what is 1 1/4 day and 
counts Bugs double every day. That statistic is good for showing trends, 
not for absolute numbers, I use it because those queries work without 
need for changes every day.

Those statistics also show that activity increased during the last days, 
quite a lot of that activity has been caused by Bjoern's bulk change, 
now we have lots of NEEDINFO -> back to NEW changes and lots of other 
insubstantial, but necessary corrections.

If you write a resume on the Wiki page, please add a link on 

Best regards




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