minutes of ESC call ...
barta at quipo.it
Thu Mar 22 22:29:00 PDT 2012
On Thu, 22 Mar 2012 17:10:34 +0100, Michael Meeks <michael.meeks at suse.com>
> * closing fixed bugs
> + about 1/2 of the calc regressions are already fixed in 3.5
> + 3.4.x will get no more updates
> + no need to explain more, close them.
> + some already re-opened because not fixed in 3.4.x
> AA: + review and re-close these / discuss in QA call (Rainer)
I wonder what will happen to the still open 3.4.x most annoying bugs (23
I think that these bugs, if not present anymore in 3.5.x should be closed,
while if still present in 3.5.x as well, should be moved to the 3.5.x
most annoying bugs page
> * 3.5 most annoying bugs ...
> + 58 (of 168): older 57/157 58/153 52/145 49/140 44/132 41/124 32/104
> 28/93 21/76 23/71
> 35% 36% 37% 36% 35% 33% 33% 30%
> 30% 28% 32%
I think we should look at the fixed/unfixed ratio in another way...
the percentage looks almost the same week by week just because new bugs
have been constantly added...
also the number of unfixed bugs is rising for the same reason.
so these numbers could be misunderstood as sign of immobility or worsening
of the develepment cicle,
shici is not IMHO.
what I consider most important and encouraging for the devs and users is
that the number
of fixed bugs is growing, if you count backwards you have 110, 100, 95, 93
.... 48 fixed bugs.
so the most important thing is that the fixed bugs numbers is rising
steadily and this should be put
in first place!!!
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