[Libreoffice-qa] Stats I plotted + Getting rid of bugs

Florian Reisinger reisi007 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 3 01:53:41 PDT 2012


Am 02.11.2012 um 21:57 schrieb bfo <bfo.bugmail at spamgourmet.com>:

> reisi007 wrote
>> So here the PDF: https://www.box.com/s/tj9r79uphr3ls26fv4lt (Made with
>> MS Office 2010 because I had difficulties with LibreOffice)
> Hi!
> So here is the LibreOffice Version - Status - Resolution table report made
> in Bugzilla:
> http://tinyurl.com/LibO-VSR-Table

Thanks, I didn't know the URL.

> reisi007 wrote
>> change the state automatically every month
>> to RESOLVED INVALID (or any other status) and comment a message that
>> encourages people to do testing...
> There was one autoclosing nightmare recently and I thought no one dare to
> propose another one any time soon...

Well, but this nightmare was due to a software error ;) And one manual
ping to 12k bugs. I don't think, that this is possible ;)

> The problem is that most of bugs are
> not checked by anyone.


> As my experience shows - one manual ping can resolve
> most issues or transfer the bug to developers. We need more people to read
> bugs and process them, not more ideas how to autoclose them.


> Best regards.

To be honest, I didn't like autoclosing, but this one experiment
showed me (us), that only ~11% react on a comment. (I know this,
because I was in CC of all this bugs...). And this very 11% are
important. In most cases the other 89% are quite useless (At least in
my opinion)

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