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MediaWiki Bugzilla Report for July 20, 2009 - July 27, 2009

Status changes this week

Bugs NEW               :  165                                
Bugs ASSIGNED          :  9                                  
Bugs REOPENED          :  27                                  
Bugs RESOLVED          :  174                                

Total bugs still open: 3848                                

Resolutions for the week:

Bugs marked FIXED      :  103                                
Bugs marked REMIND     :  0                                  
Bugs marked INVALID    :  19                                  
Bugs marked DUPLICATE  :  24                                  
Bugs marked WONTFIX    :  15                                  
Bugs marked WORKSFORME :  14                                  
Bugs marked LATER      :  2                                  
Bugs marked MOVED      :  0                                  

Specific Product/Component Resolutions & User Metrics

New Bugs Per Component

Site requests                       8                                  
server                              7                                  
General/Unknown                     5                                  
Maps                                4                                  
API                                 4                                  

New Bugs Per Product

MediaWiki                           33                                  
Wikimedia                           15                                  
MediaWiki extensions                22                                  
mwdumper                            1                                  
Wikipedia Mobile                    8                                  

Top 5 Bug Resolvers

innocentkiller [AT] gmail.com       24                                  
alex.emsenhuber [AT] bluewin.ch     17                                  
brion [AT] wikimedia.org            16                                  
happy-melon [AT] live.com           15                                  
tstarling [AT] wikimedia.org        11                                  


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Re: Bugzilla Weekly Report

Nikola Smolenski
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> MediaWiki Bugzilla Report for July 20, 2009 - July 27, 2009
>
> Bugs NEW               :  165                                
> Bugs RESOLVED          :  174                                

I think this is the first time for quite a while that more bugs have
been resolved than created. Congratulations to everyone responsible! :)

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Re: Bugzilla Weekly Report

Andrew Dunbar
2009/7/27 Nikola Smolenski <[hidden email]>:
> [hidden email] wrote:
>> MediaWiki Bugzilla Report for July 20, 2009 - July 27, 2009
>>
>> Bugs NEW               :  165
>> Bugs RESOLVED          :  174
>
> I think this is the first time for quite a while that more bugs have
> been resolved than created. Congratulations to everyone responsible! :)

Could it be due to the new "known to fail" logic?

Andrew Dunbar (hippietrail)

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Re: Bugzilla Weekly Report

K. Peachey
On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 6:25 PM, Andrew Dunbar<[hidden email]> wrote:

> 2009/7/27 Nikola Smolenski <[hidden email]>:
>> [hidden email] wrote:
>>> MediaWiki Bugzilla Report for July 20, 2009 - July 27, 2009
>>>
>>> Bugs NEW               :  165
>>> Bugs RESOLVED          :  174
>>
>> I think this is the first time for quite a while that more bugs have
>> been resolved than created. Congratulations to everyone responsible! :)
>
> Could it be due to the new "known to fail" logic?
>
> Andrew Dunbar (hippietrail)
>
Someone (I forget who) when though and marked all the old bugs that
are possibly fixed or fixed as either FIXED or REMIND. that is what
most likely caused it.

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Re: Bugzilla Weekly Report

Happy-melon
That was me, which explains how I got on the 'leaderboard' for the first
time ever...  :-D

Someone then came round and changed all the REMINDs to
'something-other-than-remind', saying effectively that we don't use REMIND;
bugs should either be left open or resolved INVALID/WORKSFORME/WONTFIX.  Is
this right?  I can see the logic of that in one sense, but in another it
makes sense to me to have a way of marking bugs as "this isn't fixed and is
valid, but has been stale for years, no one gives a damn and it's unlikely
to ever get any movement".  Thoughts?  Is the REMIND resolution useful?

--HM

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> On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 6:25 PM, Andrew Dunbar<[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>> 2009/7/27 Nikola Smolenski <[hidden email]>:
>>> [hidden email] wrote:
>>>> MediaWiki Bugzilla Report for July 20, 2009 - July 27, 2009
>>>>
>>>> Bugs NEW               :  165
>>>> Bugs RESOLVED          :  174
>>>
>>> I think this is the first time for quite a while that more bugs have
>>> been resolved than created. Congratulations to everyone responsible! :)
>>
>> Could it be due to the new "known to fail" logic?
>>
>> Andrew Dunbar (hippietrail)
>>
> Someone (I forget who) when though and marked all the old bugs that
> are possibly fixed or fixed as either FIXED or REMIND. that is what
> most likely caused it.
>
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Re: Bugzilla Weekly Report

Chad
On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 5:31 AM, Happy-melon<[hidden email]> wrote:

> That was me, which explains how I got on the 'leaderboard' for the first
> time ever...  :-D
>
> Someone then came round and changed all the REMINDs to
> 'something-other-than-remind', saying effectively that we don't use REMIND;
> bugs should either be left open or resolved INVALID/WORKSFORME/WONTFIX.  Is
> this right?  I can see the logic of that in one sense, but in another it
> makes sense to me to have a way of marking bugs as "this isn't fixed and is
> valid, but has been stale for years, no one gives a damn and it's unlikely
> to ever get any movement".  Thoughts?  Is the REMIND resolution useful?
>
> --HM
>
> "K. Peachey" <[hidden email]> wrote in message
> news:[hidden email]...
>> On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 6:25 PM, Andrew Dunbar<[hidden email]>
>> wrote:
>>> 2009/7/27 Nikola Smolenski <[hidden email]>:
>>>> [hidden email] wrote:
>>>>> MediaWiki Bugzilla Report for July 20, 2009 - July 27, 2009
>>>>>
>>>>> Bugs NEW               :  165
>>>>> Bugs RESOLVED          :  174
>>>>
>>>> I think this is the first time for quite a while that more bugs have
>>>> been resolved than created. Congratulations to everyone responsible! :)
>>>
>>> Could it be due to the new "known to fail" logic?
>>>
>>> Andrew Dunbar (hippietrail)
>>>
>> Someone (I forget who) when though and marked all the old bugs that
>> are possibly fixed or fixed as either FIXED or REMIND. that is what
>> most likely caused it.
>>
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Seeing as we don't use REMIND like ever, it's not terribly
useful. That, and we don't close bugs just because they're
stale (or so I've been reminded any time I've done it).

-Chad

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Re: Bugzilla Weekly Report

Andrew Garrett-4
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On 27/07/2009, at 10:31 AM, Happy-melon wrote:

> That was me, which explains how I got on the 'leaderboard' for the  
> first
> time ever...  :-D
>
> Someone then came round and changed all the REMINDs to
> 'something-other-than-remind', saying effectively that we don't use  
> REMIND;
> bugs should either be left open or resolved INVALID/WORKSFORME/
> WONTFIX.  Is
> this right?  I can see the logic of that in one sense, but in  
> another it
> makes sense to me to have a way of marking bugs as "this isn't fixed  
> and is
> valid, but has been stale for years, no one gives a damn and it's  
> unlikely
> to ever get any movement".  Thoughts?  Is the REMIND resolution  
> useful?

I think it's better to dial the priority down on them.

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