[arch-dev-public] bugs: measuring progress

Dan McGee dpmcgee at gmail.com
Mon Mar 15 00:00:13 CET 2010

On Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 8:51 AM, Paul Mattal <paul at mattal.com> wrote:
> Now many months into our regular bug squashing cycle, it occurred to me
> today to evaluate our progress.
> Summary: We're making excellent progress!
> Here's the number of open bugs in Arch Linux (packages) on bug day, November
> through March (as determined from the Bug Day TODO page in the wiki):
> Nov 2009 - 536
> Dec 2009 - 495
> Jan 2010 - 540
> Feb 2010 - 504
> Mar 2010 - 381
> I wanted to thank everyone who's doing hard work to make this possible. This
> includes not just all the devs who have stepped up to the plate, but so many
> community members who have contributed time and useful information that have
> led to the resolving of issues.
> Anecdotally, I can also say that in the process, we've closed several bugs
> that I've recalled having experienced for years (but usually could not
> explain). The result is a better Arch experience for us all.
> So a thank you for all your work, and we'll see you next month!

This is good stuff to see; thanks for keeping this organized.


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