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Old 01-30-2011, 11:00 AM
Alex Alexander
 
Default the bug queue has 81 bugs

Our bug queue has 81 bugs!

If you have some spare time, please help assign/sort a few bugs.

To view the bug queue, click one of the following links:
http: http://bit.ly/bsHeJt
https: http://bit.ly/8Z4xUU

Thanks!
 
Old 02-01-2011, 06:41 AM
Jeroen Roovers
 
Default the bug queue has 81 bugs

On Sun, 30 Jan 2011 14:00:04 +0200 (EET)
Alex Alexander <wired@gentoo.org> wrote:

> Our bug queue has 81 bugs!

A pattern is starting to emerge, where by Sunday there are usually more
than fifty and sometimes up to a hundred unassigned bug reports waiting,
sometimes double that. It looks like a few people are doing basic
reviewing on a couple dozen bugs during the days that I work, but from
Saturday until Sunday, most bugs are filed and many get left to go
stale for days, contrary to the purpose of the bug-wranglers project,
which states that we should strive to assign bugs within a day (say 24
hours) after reviewing them and improving them. Since I work basically
from Wednesday until Sunday, most bug reports now get assigned somewhere
between Sunday and Wednesday. I'd have liked to give some better
statistics (and didn't we have some script for the LWN that did that?
Is it still running?) but I don't currently have them. Maybe Alex's
script could warn about the number of stale bugs (maybe having Status:
NEW; age > 24 hours) but I guess that would intrude too much on this
mailing list. It would certainly help to have some performance
statistics available on a regular basis.


jer
 
Old 02-01-2011, 08:02 AM
"Andreas K. Huettel"
 
Default the bug queue has 81 bugs

I take a data point on the number of open bugs for a few queries twice per
day, see

http://www.akhuettel.de/gentoo-bugs/

Bugwrangler bugs is one of the plots further down in the list. On this scale
no obvious pattern is visible, but I'll make later on a plot for a shorter
time period....

Cheers, A

PS. Yes Infra knows and I promised not to extend this to more and more
queries...

On Tuesday 01 February 2011 08:41:07 Jeroen Roovers wrote:
> On Sun, 30 Jan 2011 14:00:04 +0200 (EET)
>
> Alex Alexander <wired@gentoo.org> wrote:
> > Our bug queue has 81 bugs!
>
> A pattern is starting to emerge, where by Sunday there are usually more
> than fifty and sometimes up to a hundred unassigned bug reports waiting,
> sometimes double that. It looks like a few people are doing basic
> reviewing on a couple dozen bugs during the days that I work, but from
> Saturday until Sunday, most bugs are filed and many get left to go
> stale for days, contrary to the purpose of the bug-wranglers project,
> which states that we should strive to assign bugs within a day (say 24
> hours) after reviewing them and improving them. Since I work basically
> from Wednesday until Sunday, most bug reports now get assigned somewhere
> between Sunday and Wednesday. I'd have liked to give some better
> statistics (and didn't we have some script for the LWN that did that?
> Is it still running?) but I don't currently have them. Maybe Alex's
> script could warn about the number of stale bugs (maybe having Status:
> NEW; age > 24 hours) but I guess that would intrude too much on this
> mailing list. It would certainly help to have some performance
> statistics available on a regular basis.
>
>
> jer

--

Andreas K. Huettel
Gentoo Linux developer
dilfridge@gentoo.org
http://www.akhuettel.de/
 
Old 02-01-2011, 01:12 PM
Donnie Berkholz
 
Default the bug queue has 81 bugs

On 10:02 Tue 01 Feb , Andreas K. Huettel wrote:
> I take a data point on the number of open bugs for a few queries twice per
> day, see
>
> http://www.akhuettel.de/gentoo-bugs/
>
> Bugwrangler bugs is one of the plots further down in the list. On this scale
> no obvious pattern is visible, but I'll make later on a plot for a shorter
> time period....

Those are neat!

Try averaging across your whole time period by day of the week. Although
that may not be complex enough, you might need to fit it to a baseline
first to account for the longer-term trends...

By the way, could you please change the dates to be YYYY-MM-DD (a la ISO
8601) so they make sense to everyone? I was blindingly confused at first
and thought they spanned a few days rather than a year.

--
Thanks,
Donnie

Donnie Berkholz
Sr. Developer, Gentoo Linux
Blog: http://dberkholz.com
 

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