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Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

vmassol
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I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed since they were supposed to be BFD releases.

The results are not that impressive:

* XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
* XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
* XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
* XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed

Here’s the graph:
https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0

The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
* Created issues (128)
* Resolved issues (123)

So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the period.

So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?

Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog

Top resolvers:

* Simon Urli - 32
* Thomas Mortagne - 30
* Vincent Massol - 15
* Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
* Marius Dumitru Florea - 2

So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So not enough manpower.

Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.

For ex:
* category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and created <= 2019-03-31
** 70 bugs created
* category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and created <= 2018-03-31
** 41 bugs created
* category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and created <= 2017-03-31
** 46 bugs created
* category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and created <= 2016-03-31
** 81 bugs created

More generally:
* category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and created <= 2015-12-31
** 780 bugs created
* category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and created <= 2016-12-31
** 732 bugs created
* category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and created <= 2017-12-31
** 609 bugs created
* category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and created <= 2019-12-31
* 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771

So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in general.

So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.

WDYT?

Thanks
-Vincent


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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

Thomas Mortagne
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On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
>
> The results are not that impressive:
>
> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
>
> Here’s the graph:
> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
>
> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
> * Created issues (128)
> * Resolved issues (123)
>
> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the period.
>
> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
>
> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
>
> Top resolvers:
>
> * Simon Urli - 32
> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
> * Vincent Massol - 15
> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
>
> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So not enough manpower.
>
> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
>
> For ex:
> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and created <= 2019-03-31
> ** 70 bugs created
> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and created <= 2018-03-31
> ** 41 bugs created
> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and created <= 2017-03-31
> ** 46 bugs created
> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and created <= 2016-03-31
> ** 81 bugs created
>
> More generally:
> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and created <= 2015-12-31
> ** 780 bugs created
> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and created <= 2016-12-31
> ** 732 bugs created
> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and created <= 2017-12-31
> ** 609 bugs created
> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and created <= 2019-12-31
> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
>
> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in general.
>
> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.

Yes

>
> WDYT?
>
> Thanks
> -Vincent
>
>


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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

Simon Urli
Hi all,

On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:

> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
>>
>> The results are not that impressive:
>>
>> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
>> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
>> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
>> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
>>
>> Here’s the graph:
>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
>>
>> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
>> * Created issues (128)
>> * Resolved issues (123)
>>
>> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the period.
>>
>> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
>>
>> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
>>
>> Top resolvers:
>>
>> * Simon Urli - 32
>> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
>> * Vincent Massol - 15
>> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
>> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
>>
>> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So not enough manpower.
>>
>> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
>>
>> For ex:
>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and created <= 2019-03-31
>> ** 70 bugs created
>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and created <= 2018-03-31
>> ** 41 bugs created
>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and created <= 2017-03-31
>> ** 46 bugs created
>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and created <= 2016-03-31
>> ** 81 bugs created
>>
>> More generally:
>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and created <= 2015-12-31
>> ** 780 bugs created
>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and created <= 2016-12-31
>> ** 732 bugs created
>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and created <= 2017-12-31
>> ** 609 bugs created
>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and created <= 2019-12-31
>> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
>>
>> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in general.
>>
>> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
>
> Yes
>
>>
>> WDYT?

FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so
we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.

>>
>> Thanks
>> -Vincent
>>
>>
>
>

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Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
[hidden email]
More about us at http://www.xwiki.com
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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

vmassol
Administrator


> On 2 May 2019, at 11:22, Simon Urli <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:
>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
>>>
>>> The results are not that impressive:
>>>
>>> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
>>> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
>>> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
>>> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
>>>
>>> Here’s the graph:
>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
>>>
>>> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
>>> * Created issues (128)
>>> * Resolved issues (123)
>>>
>>> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the period.
>>>
>>> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
>>>
>>> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
>>>
>>> Top resolvers:
>>>
>>> * Simon Urli - 32
>>> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
>>> * Vincent Massol - 15
>>> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
>>> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
>>>
>>> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So not enough manpower.
>>>
>>> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
>>>
>>> For ex:
>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and created <= 2019-03-31
>>> ** 70 bugs created
>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and created <= 2018-03-31
>>> ** 41 bugs created
>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and created <= 2017-03-31
>>> ** 46 bugs created
>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and created <= 2016-03-31
>>> ** 81 bugs created
>>>
>>> More generally:
>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and created <= 2015-12-31
>>> ** 780 bugs created
>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and created <= 2016-12-31
>>> ** 732 bugs created
>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and created <= 2017-12-31
>>> ** 609 bugs created
>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and created <= 2019-12-31
>>> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
>>>
>>> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in general.
>>>
>>> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
>> Yes
>>>
>>> WDYT?
>
> FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.

That’s a good point indeed.

We could have expected something like 15-20 bug fixes more if Marius had been around a month more I guess.

We would have been over the created bugs number by something like 15 bugs for the period.

Still not as much as we had hoped.

I remember that I was hoping to catch up on the last 365 days (100 bugs) but I forgot that new bugs would be added during the period…

So to catch up with 100 bugs, if we do +7 when we do a BFD release, we would need a full year of BFD releases to catch up…

Thanks
-Vincent

>
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> -Vincent
>>>
>>>
>
> --
> Simon Urli
> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
> [hidden email]
> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com

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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

Simon Urli


On 02/05/2019 11:33, Vincent Massol wrote:

>
>
>> On 2 May 2019, at 11:22, Simon Urli <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:
>>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
>>>>
>>>> The results are not that impressive:
>>>>
>>>> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
>>>> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
>>>> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
>>>> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
>>>>
>>>> Here’s the graph:
>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
>>>>
>>>> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
>>>> * Created issues (128)
>>>> * Resolved issues (123)
>>>>
>>>> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the period.
>>>>
>>>> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
>>>>
>>>> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
>>>>
>>>> Top resolvers:
>>>>
>>>> * Simon Urli - 32
>>>> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
>>>> * Vincent Massol - 15
>>>> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
>>>> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
>>>>
>>>> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So not enough manpower.
>>>>
>>>> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
>>>>
>>>> For ex:
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and created <= 2019-03-31
>>>> ** 70 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and created <= 2018-03-31
>>>> ** 41 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and created <= 2017-03-31
>>>> ** 46 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and created <= 2016-03-31
>>>> ** 81 bugs created
>>>>
>>>> More generally:
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and created <= 2015-12-31
>>>> ** 780 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and created <= 2016-12-31
>>>> ** 732 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and created <= 2017-12-31
>>>> ** 609 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and created <= 2019-12-31
>>>> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
>>>>
>>>> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in general.
>>>>
>>>> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
>>> Yes
>>>>
>>>> WDYT?
>>
>> FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.
>
> That’s a good point indeed.
>
> We could have expected something like 15-20 bug fixes more if Marius had been around a month more I guess.
>
> We would have been over the created bugs number by something like 15 bugs for the period.
>
> Still not as much as we had hoped.
>
> I remember that I was hoping to catch up on the last 365 days (100 bugs) but I forgot that new bugs would be added during the period…
>
> So to catch up with 100 bugs, if we do +7 when we do a BFD release, we would need a full year of BFD releases to catch up…

Another thing that might be interesting to check is the criticity of
bugs we fixed/opened during that period.

>
> Thanks
> -Vincent
>
>>
>>>>
>>>> Thanks
>>>> -Vincent
>>>>
>>>>
>>
>> --
>> Simon Urli
>> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
>> [hidden email]
>> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com
>

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Simon Urli
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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

vmassol
Administrator


> On 2 May 2019, at 11:52, Simon Urli <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>
>
> On 02/05/2019 11:33, Vincent Massol wrote:
>>> On 2 May 2019, at 11:22, Simon Urli <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:
>>>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
>>>>>
>>>>> The results are not that impressive:
>>>>>
>>>>> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
>>>>> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
>>>>> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
>>>>> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
>>>>>
>>>>> Here’s the graph:
>>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
>>>>>
>>>>> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
>>>>> * Created issues (128)
>>>>> * Resolved issues (123)
>>>>>
>>>>> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the period.
>>>>>
>>>>> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
>>>>>
>>>>> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
>>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
>>>>>
>>>>> Top resolvers:
>>>>>
>>>>> * Simon Urli - 32
>>>>> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
>>>>> * Vincent Massol - 15
>>>>> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
>>>>> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
>>>>>
>>>>> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So not enough manpower.
>>>>>
>>>>> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
>>>>>
>>>>> For ex:
>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and created <= 2019-03-31
>>>>> ** 70 bugs created
>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and created <= 2018-03-31
>>>>> ** 41 bugs created
>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and created <= 2017-03-31
>>>>> ** 46 bugs created
>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and created <= 2016-03-31
>>>>> ** 81 bugs created
>>>>>
>>>>> More generally:
>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and created <= 2015-12-31
>>>>> ** 780 bugs created
>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and created <= 2016-12-31
>>>>> ** 732 bugs created
>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and created <= 2017-12-31
>>>>> ** 609 bugs created
>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and created <= 2019-12-31
>>>>> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
>>>>>
>>>>> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in general.
>>>>>
>>>>> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
>>>> Yes
>>>>>
>>>>> WDYT?
>>>
>>> FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.
>> That’s a good point indeed.
>> We could have expected something like 15-20 bug fixes more if Marius had been around a month more I guess.
>> We would have been over the created bugs number by something like 15 bugs for the period.
>> Still not as much as we had hoped.
>> I remember that I was hoping to catch up on the last 365 days (100 bugs) but I forgot that new bugs would be added during the period…
>> So to catch up with 100 bugs, if we do +7 when we do a BFD release, we would need a full year of BFD releases to catch up…
>
> Another thing that might be interesting to check is the criticity of bugs we fixed/opened during that period.

Not sure what conclusion we can draw from this:
https://dev.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Drafts/Bug%20Severity%20Analyses/

I don’t see any trend, do you?

Thanks
-Vincent

>
>> Thanks
>> -Vincent
>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks
>>>>> -Vincent
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> Simon Urli
>>> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
>>> [hidden email]
>>> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com
>
> --
> Simon Urli
> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
> [hidden email]
> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com

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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

Simon Urli


On 02/05/2019 13:16, Vincent Massol wrote:

>
>
>> On 2 May 2019, at 11:52, Simon Urli <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> On 02/05/2019 11:33, Vincent Massol wrote:
>>>> On 2 May 2019, at 11:22, Simon Urli <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi all,
>>>>
>>>> On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The results are not that impressive:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
>>>>>> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
>>>>>> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
>>>>>> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Here’s the graph:
>>>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
>>>>>> * Created issues (128)
>>>>>> * Resolved issues (123)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the period.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
>>>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Top resolvers:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> * Simon Urli - 32
>>>>>> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
>>>>>> * Vincent Massol - 15
>>>>>> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
>>>>>> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So not enough manpower.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> For ex:
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and created <= 2019-03-31
>>>>>> ** 70 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and created <= 2018-03-31
>>>>>> ** 41 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and created <= 2017-03-31
>>>>>> ** 46 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and created <= 2016-03-31
>>>>>> ** 81 bugs created
>>>>>>
>>>>>> More generally:
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and created <= 2015-12-31
>>>>>> ** 780 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and created <= 2016-12-31
>>>>>> ** 732 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and created <= 2017-12-31
>>>>>> ** 609 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and created <= 2019-12-31
>>>>>> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in general.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
>>>>> Yes
>>>>>>
>>>>>> WDYT?
>>>>
>>>> FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.
>>> That’s a good point indeed.
>>> We could have expected something like 15-20 bug fixes more if Marius had been around a month more I guess.
>>> We would have been over the created bugs number by something like 15 bugs for the period.
>>> Still not as much as we had hoped.
>>> I remember that I was hoping to catch up on the last 365 days (100 bugs) but I forgot that new bugs would be added during the period…
>>> So to catch up with 100 bugs, if we do +7 when we do a BFD release, we would need a full year of BFD releases to catch up…
>>
>> Another thing that might be interesting to check is the criticity of bugs we fixed/opened during that period.
>
> Not sure what conclusion we can draw from this:
> https://dev.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Drafts/Bug%20Severity%20Analyses/
>
> I don’t see any trend, do you?

I edited the page with some figures about closed bugs by category. I was
actually wondering if we didn't forget to fix minor bugs, compared to
previous years. Apparently not, it's the same trending.
Maybe we focused a bit more on critical ones compared to major ones...

Simon

>
> Thanks
> -Vincent
>
>>
>>> Thanks
>>> -Vincent
>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks
>>>>>> -Vincent
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Simon Urli
>>>> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
>>>> [hidden email]
>>>> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com
>>
>> --
>> Simon Urli
>> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
>> [hidden email]
>> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com
>

--
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Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
[hidden email]
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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

Marius Dumitru Florea
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On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 12:22 PM Simon Urli <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:
> > On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
> >>
> >> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed
> since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
> >>
> >> The results are not that impressive:
> >>
> >> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
> >> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
> >> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
> >> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
> >>
> >> Here’s the graph:
> >> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
> >>
> >> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
> >> * Created issues (128)
> >> * Resolved issues (123)
> >>
> >> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the
> period.
> >>
> >> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
> >>
> >> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
> >> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
> >>
> >> Top resolvers:
> >>
> >> * Simon Urli - 32
> >> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
> >> * Vincent Massol - 15
> >> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
> >> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
> >>
> >> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers
> (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So not
> enough manpower.
> >>
> >> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every
> month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
> >>
> >> For ex:
> >> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and created
> <= 2019-03-31
> >> ** 70 bugs created
> >> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and created
> <= 2018-03-31
> >> ** 41 bugs created
> >> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and created
> <= 2017-03-31
> >> ** 46 bugs created
> >> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and created
> <= 2016-03-31
> >> ** 81 bugs created
> >>
> >> More generally:
> >> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and created
> <= 2015-12-31
> >> ** 780 bugs created
> >> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and created
> <= 2016-12-31
> >> ** 732 bugs created
> >> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and created
> <= 2017-12-31
> >> ** 609 bugs created
> >> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and created
> <= 2019-12-31
> >> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
> >>
> >> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in
> general.
> >>
> >> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
> >
> > Yes
> >
> >>
> >> WDYT?
>
>

> FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so
> we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.
>

Besides that I also worked on fixing some CKEditor integration bugs which
are not counted. Not much, I counted 7 bugs, but still.


>
> >>
> >> Thanks
> >> -Vincent
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
>
> --
> Simon Urli
> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
> [hidden email]
> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com
>
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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

vmassol
Administrator


> On 6 May 2019, at 11:42, Marius Dumitru Florea <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 12:22 PM Simon Urli <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:
>>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]>
>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed
>> since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
>>>>
>>>> The results are not that impressive:
>>>>
>>>> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
>>>> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
>>>> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
>>>> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
>>>>
>>>> Here’s the graph:
>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
>>>>
>>>> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
>>>> * Created issues (128)
>>>> * Resolved issues (123)
>>>>
>>>> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the
>> period.
>>>>
>>>> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
>>>>
>>>> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
>>>>
>>>> Top resolvers:
>>>>
>>>> * Simon Urli - 32
>>>> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
>>>> * Vincent Massol - 15
>>>> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
>>>> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
>>>>
>>>> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers
>> (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So not
>> enough manpower.
>>>>
>>>> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every
>> month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
>>>>
>>>> For ex:
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and created
>> <= 2019-03-31
>>>> ** 70 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and created
>> <= 2018-03-31
>>>> ** 41 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and created
>> <= 2017-03-31
>>>> ** 46 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and created
>> <= 2016-03-31
>>>> ** 81 bugs created
>>>>
>>>> More generally:
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and created
>> <= 2015-12-31
>>>> ** 780 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and created
>> <= 2016-12-31
>>>> ** 732 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and created
>> <= 2017-12-31
>>>> ** 609 bugs created
>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and created
>> <= 2019-12-31
>>>> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
>>>>
>>>> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in
>> general.
>>>>
>>>> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
>>>
>>> Yes
>>>
>>>>
>>>> WDYT?
>>
>>
>
>> FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so
>> we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.
>>
>
> Besides that I also worked on fixing some CKEditor integration bugs which
> are not counted. Not much, I counted 7 bugs, but still.

They’re supposed to be counted :) I’ve used “category = 10000” which includes bundled contrib extensions.

Thanks
-Vincent

>
>
>>
>>>>
>>>> Thanks
>>>> -Vincent
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>> --
>> Simon Urli
>> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
>> [hidden email]
>> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com

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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

Marius Dumitru Florea
On Mon, May 6, 2019 at 1:07 PM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
>
> > On 6 May 2019, at 11:42, Marius Dumitru Florea <
> [hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 12:22 PM Simon Urli <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> >> Hi all,
> >>
> >> On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:
> >>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]>
> >> wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed
> >> since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
> >>>>
> >>>> The results are not that impressive:
> >>>>
> >>>> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
> >>>> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
> >>>> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
> >>>> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
> >>>>
> >>>> Here’s the graph:
> >>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
> >>>>
> >>>> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
> >>>> * Created issues (128)
> >>>> * Resolved issues (123)
> >>>>
> >>>> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the
> >> period.
> >>>>
> >>>> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
> >>>>
> >>>> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
> >>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
> >>>>
> >>>> Top resolvers:
> >>>>
> >>>> * Simon Urli - 32
> >>>> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
> >>>> * Vincent Massol - 15
> >>>> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
> >>>> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
> >>>>
> >>>> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers
> >> (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So
> not
> >> enough manpower.
> >>>>
> >>>> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every
> >> month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
> >>>>
> >>>> For ex:
> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and
> created
> >> <= 2019-03-31
> >>>> ** 70 bugs created
> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and
> created
> >> <= 2018-03-31
> >>>> ** 41 bugs created
> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and
> created
> >> <= 2017-03-31
> >>>> ** 46 bugs created
> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and
> created
> >> <= 2016-03-31
> >>>> ** 81 bugs created
> >>>>
> >>>> More generally:
> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and
> created
> >> <= 2015-12-31
> >>>> ** 780 bugs created
> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and
> created
> >> <= 2016-12-31
> >>>> ** 732 bugs created
> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and
> created
> >> <= 2017-12-31
> >>>> ** 609 bugs created
> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and
> created
> >> <= 2019-12-31
> >>>> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
> >>>>
> >>>> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in
> >> general.
> >>>>
> >>>> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
> >>>
> >>> Yes
> >>>
> >>>>
> >>>> WDYT?
> >>
> >>
> >
> >> FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so
> >> we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.
> >>
> >
> > Besides that I also worked on fixing some CKEditor integration bugs which
> > are not counted. Not much, I counted 7 bugs, but still.
>
>

> They’re supposed to be counted :) I’ve used “category = 10000” which
> includes bundled contrib extensions.
>

They are definitely not counted. Can you give a link to the jira filter you
used? For instance
https://jira.xwiki.org/issues/?jql=project%20%3D%20CKEDITOR%20AND%20issuetype%20%3D%20Bug%20AND%20status%20%3D%20Closed%20AND%20resolved%20%3E%3D%202019-03-01%20AND%20assignee%20in%20(mflorea)%20ORDER%20BY%20priority%20DESC%2C%20updated%20DESC
shows 7 bugs closed during March and April.


>
> Thanks
> -Vincent
>
> >
> >
> >>
> >>>>
> >>>> Thanks
> >>>> -Vincent
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >> --
> >> Simon Urli
> >> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
> >> [hidden email]
> >> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com
>
>
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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

Marius Dumitru Florea
And this
https://jira.xwiki.org/issues/?jql=category%20%3D%2010000%20AND%20issuetype%20%3D%20Bug%20AND%20status%20%3D%20Closed%20AND%20resolved%20%3E%3D%202019-03-01%20AND%20assignee%20in%20(mflorea)
shows 10 bugs for me during March and April.

On Mon, May 6, 2019 at 2:10 PM Marius Dumitru Florea <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> On Mon, May 6, 2019 at 1:07 PM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> > On 6 May 2019, at 11:42, Marius Dumitru Florea <
>> [hidden email]> wrote:
>> >
>> > On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 12:22 PM Simon Urli <[hidden email]>
>> wrote:
>> >
>> >> Hi all,
>> >>
>> >> On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:
>> >>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]>
>> >> wrote:
>> >>>>
>> >>>> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed
>> >> since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> The results are not that impressive:
>> >>>>
>> >>>> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
>> >>>> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
>> >>>> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
>> >>>> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Here’s the graph:
>> >>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
>> >>>>
>> >>>> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
>> >>>> * Created issues (128)
>> >>>> * Resolved issues (123)
>> >>>>
>> >>>> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the
>> >> period.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
>> >>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Top resolvers:
>> >>>>
>> >>>> * Simon Urli - 32
>> >>>> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
>> >>>> * Vincent Massol - 15
>> >>>> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
>> >>>> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
>> >>>>
>> >>>> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers
>> >> (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So
>> not
>> >> enough manpower.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every
>> >> month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> For ex:
>> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and
>> created
>> >> <= 2019-03-31
>> >>>> ** 70 bugs created
>> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and
>> created
>> >> <= 2018-03-31
>> >>>> ** 41 bugs created
>> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and
>> created
>> >> <= 2017-03-31
>> >>>> ** 46 bugs created
>> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and
>> created
>> >> <= 2016-03-31
>> >>>> ** 81 bugs created
>> >>>>
>> >>>> More generally:
>> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and
>> created
>> >> <= 2015-12-31
>> >>>> ** 780 bugs created
>> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and
>> created
>> >> <= 2016-12-31
>> >>>> ** 732 bugs created
>> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and
>> created
>> >> <= 2017-12-31
>> >>>> ** 609 bugs created
>> >>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and
>> created
>> >> <= 2019-12-31
>> >>>> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
>> >>>>
>> >>>> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in
>> >> general.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
>> >>>
>> >>> Yes
>> >>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>> WDYT?
>> >>
>> >>
>> >
>> >> FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so
>> >> we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.
>> >>
>> >
>> > Besides that I also worked on fixing some CKEditor integration bugs
>> which
>> > are not counted. Not much, I counted 7 bugs, but still.
>>
>>
>
>> They’re supposed to be counted :) I’ve used “category = 10000” which
>> includes bundled contrib extensions.
>>
>
> They are definitely not counted. Can you give a link to the jira filter
> you used? For instance
> https://jira.xwiki.org/issues/?jql=project%20%3D%20CKEDITOR%20AND%20issuetype%20%3D%20Bug%20AND%20status%20%3D%20Closed%20AND%20resolved%20%3E%3D%202019-03-01%20AND%20assignee%20in%20(mflorea)%20ORDER%20BY%20priority%20DESC%2C%20updated%20DESC
> shows 7 bugs closed during March and April.
>
>
>>
>> Thanks
>> -Vincent
>>
>> >
>> >
>> >>
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Thanks
>> >>>> -Vincent
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>
>> >>>
>> >>
>> >> --
>> >> Simon Urli
>> >> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
>> >> [hidden email]
>> >> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com
>>
>>
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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

vmassol
Administrator
In reply to this post by Marius Dumitru Florea


> On 6 May 2019, at 13:10, Marius Dumitru Florea <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> On Mon, May 6, 2019 at 1:07 PM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>
>>
>>> On 6 May 2019, at 11:42, Marius Dumitru Florea <
>> [hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 12:22 PM Simon Urli <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi all,
>>>>
>>>> On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed
>>>> since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The results are not that impressive:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
>>>>>> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
>>>>>> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
>>>>>> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Here’s the graph:
>>>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
>>>>>> * Created issues (128)
>>>>>> * Resolved issues (123)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the
>>>> period.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
>>>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Top resolvers:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> * Simon Urli - 32
>>>>>> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
>>>>>> * Vincent Massol - 15
>>>>>> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
>>>>>> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers
>>>> (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So
>> not
>>>> enough manpower.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every
>>>> month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> For ex:
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and
>> created
>>>> <= 2019-03-31
>>>>>> ** 70 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and
>> created
>>>> <= 2018-03-31
>>>>>> ** 41 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and
>> created
>>>> <= 2017-03-31
>>>>>> ** 46 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and
>> created
>>>> <= 2016-03-31
>>>>>> ** 81 bugs created
>>>>>>
>>>>>> More generally:
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and
>> created
>>>> <= 2015-12-31
>>>>>> ** 780 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and
>> created
>>>> <= 2016-12-31
>>>>>> ** 732 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and
>> created
>>>> <= 2017-12-31
>>>>>> ** 609 bugs created
>>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and
>> created
>>>> <= 2019-12-31
>>>>>> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in
>>>> general.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
>>>>>
>>>>> Yes
>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> WDYT?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>> FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so
>>>> we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Besides that I also worked on fixing some CKEditor integration bugs which
>>> are not counted. Not much, I counted 7 bugs, but still.
>>
>>
>
>> They’re supposed to be counted :) I’ve used “category = 10000” which
>> includes bundled contrib extensions.
>>
>
> They are definitely not counted. Can you give a link to the jira filter you
> used? For instance
> https://jira.xwiki.org/issues/?jql=project%20%3D%20CKEDITOR%20AND%20issuetype%20%3D%20Bug%20AND%20status%20%3D%20Closed%20AND%20resolved%20%3E%3D%202019-03-01%20AND%20assignee%20in%20(mflorea)%20ORDER%20BY%20priority%20DESC%2C%20updated%20DESC
> shows 7 bugs closed during March and April.

Depends what we’re talking about.

Indeed if you’re talking about the first part of the email, it’s not counting the contrib extensions since I did a JQL on the version of XS. By first part I mean:

"
* XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
* XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
* XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
* XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed


If you’re talking about the end of the email or the other email I sent later on with the wiki page, then it’s date-based and using category=10000, thus including the contrib extensions too.

Thanks
-Vincent

>
>>
>> Thanks
>> -Vincent
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks
>>>>>> -Vincent
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Simon Urli
>>>> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
>>>> [hidden email]
>>>> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com

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Re: Analysis of BFD releases 11.2 and 11.3

Marius Dumitru Florea
On Mon, May 6, 2019 at 3:55 PM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
>
> > On 6 May 2019, at 13:10, Marius Dumitru Florea <
> [hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > On Mon, May 6, 2019 at 1:07 PM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
> >
> >>
> >>
> >>> On 6 May 2019, at 11:42, Marius Dumitru Florea <
> >> [hidden email]> wrote:
> >>>
> >>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 12:22 PM Simon Urli <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> Hi all,
> >>>>
> >>>> On 02/05/2019 11:20, Thomas Mortagne wrote:
> >>>>> On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 10:57 AM Vincent Massol <[hidden email]>
> >>>> wrote:
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> I did a quick analysis of 11.2 & 11.3 to see how many bugs we fixed
> >>>> since they were supposed to be BFD releases.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> The results are not that impressive:
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
> >>>>>> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
> >>>>>> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
> >>>>>> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> Here’s the graph:
> >>>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHcQ57uKyNRK-YmB09gvM70OXXVTIhFWcs0
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> The graph shows that during the period (March and April) we had:
> >>>>>> * Created issues (128)
> >>>>>> * Resolved issues (123)
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> So we were not even able to catch up with created bugs during the
> >>>> period.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> So the question is: why are we not able to catch up?
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
> >>>>>> https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> Top resolvers:
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> * Simon Urli - 32
> >>>>>> * Thomas Mortagne - 30
> >>>>>> * Vincent Massol - 15
> >>>>>> * Guillaume Delhumeau - 5
> >>>>>> * Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> So one reason is that we roughly have only 2 main issue resolvers
> >>>> (Simon and Thomas) and the other committers are not closing enough. So
> >> not
> >>>> enough manpower.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> Would be interesting to see if we have more bugs being created every
> >>>> month these days when compared to, say, 2 years ago.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> For ex:
> >>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-03-01 and
> >> created
> >>>> <= 2019-03-31
> >>>>>> ** 70 bugs created
> >>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2018-03-01 and
> >> created
> >>>> <= 2018-03-31
> >>>>>> ** 41 bugs created
> >>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-03-01 and
> >> created
> >>>> <= 2017-03-31
> >>>>>> ** 46 bugs created
> >>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-03-01 and
> >> created
> >>>> <= 2016-03-31
> >>>>>> ** 81 bugs created
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> More generally:
> >>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2015-01-01 and
> >> created
> >>>> <= 2015-12-31
> >>>>>> ** 780 bugs created
> >>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2016-01-01 and
> >> created
> >>>> <= 2016-12-31
> >>>>>> ** 732 bugs created
> >>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2017-01-01 and
> >> created
> >>>> <= 2017-12-31
> >>>>>> ** 609 bugs created
> >>>>>> * category = 10000 AND type = Bug and created >= 2019-01-01 and
> >> created
> >>>> <= 2019-12-31
> >>>>>> * 257 bugs created so far. Extrapolates to 257*3 = 771
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> So it seems we don’t have specifically more bugs being reported in
> >>>> general.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> So it seems it’s mostly a manpower/focus issue.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Yes
> >>>>>
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> WDYT?
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>
> >>>> FTR Marius was on leave for a full month during those BFD releases, so
> >>>> we lost an important manpower for fixing issues then.
> >>>>
> >>>
> >>> Besides that I also worked on fixing some CKEditor integration bugs
> which
> >>> are not counted. Not much, I counted 7 bugs, but still.
> >>
> >>
> >
> >> They’re supposed to be counted :) I’ve used “category = 10000” which
> >> includes bundled contrib extensions.
> >>
> >
> > They are definitely not counted. Can you give a link to the jira filter
> you
> > used? For instance
> >
> https://jira.xwiki.org/issues/?jql=project%20%3D%20CKEDITOR%20AND%20issuetype%20%3D%20Bug%20AND%20status%20%3D%20Closed%20AND%20resolved%20%3E%3D%202019-03-01%20AND%20assignee%20in%20(mflorea)%20ORDER%20BY%20priority%20DESC%2C%20updated%20DESC
> > shows 7 bugs closed during March and April.
>
>

> Depends what we’re talking about.
>

I'm talking about:

"
Let’s look at who closed bugs during the period:
https://www.evernote.com/l/AHfj3Z0DW8RAuZ0AHw9BX6cnoDZc89KPvog
...
* Marius Dumitru Florea - 2
"

I closed 10 bugs during the period as shown by
https://jira.xwiki.org/issues/?jql=category%20%3D%2010000%20AND%20issuetype%20%3D%20Bug%20AND%20status%20%3D%20Closed%20AND%20resolved%20%3E%3D%202019-03-01%20AND%20assignee%20in%20(mflorea)
.


>
> Indeed if you’re talking about the first part of the email, it’s not
> counting the contrib extensions since I did a JQL on the version of XS. By
> first part I mean:
>
> "
> * XWiki 11.0 (non BFD): 32 bugs closed
> * XWiki 11.1 (non BFD) 44 bugs closed
> * XWiki 11.2 (BFD): 37 bugs closed
> * XWiki 11.3 (BFD): 54 bugs closed
> “
>
> If you’re talking about the end of the email or the other email I sent
> later on with the wiki page, then it’s date-based and using category=10000,
> thus including the contrib extensions too.
>
> Thanks
> -Vincent
>
> >
> >>
> >> Thanks
> >> -Vincent
> >>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>>
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> Thanks
> >>>>>> -Vincent
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>
> >>>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> --
> >>>> Simon Urli
> >>>> Software Engineer at XWiki SAS
> >>>> [hidden email]
> >>>> More about us at http://www.xwiki.com
>
>