[Libreoffice-qa] Weekly QA Report (W49-2018)
xiscofauli at libreoffice.org
Thu Dec 27 18:12:41 UTC 2018
Today I spent some time on it and I added two new charts to the report:
evolution of regressions and most pressing bugs. See 
I also made the other charts smaller so they are displayed on the right
of the top 10 lists when displayed on desktops making it more compact.
El 14/12/18 a les 19:45, Xisco Fauli ha escrit:
> Hi Thorsten,
> I imagine I misunderstood you when we talked about it in IRC.
> In the last monthly report I added a section to show when the keyword
> 'regression' was added and by whom  but what you were actually
> asking for was the evolution of regressions. Now I get it :-) I'll try
> to implement it for the next monthly report.
> Thanks for the suggestion
> El 13/12/18 a les 0:04, Thorsten Behrens ha escrit:
>> Hi Xisco,
>> Xisco Fauli wrote:
>>> Generated on 2018-12-11 based on stats from 2018-12-09. Note: Metabugs
>>> are ignored.
>> Thx a bunch for the weekly stats, and the extra data on the blog
>> As that question was asked from a number of people: any chance to add
>> a chart with the history of regressions, similar to the one for the
>> evolution of the unconfirmed bugs?
>> -- Thorsten
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> Xisco Faulí
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