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Advent of bugfixes
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November 29
It's sort of an advent calendar. And it's an experiment.

In an effort to do some cleaning on bugzilla, I'll try to remove at least one bugreport every day during advent. And I would be happy if some of you would like to join this effort. :-)

It's a little bit more about these bugs, that aren't really bugs: Bugreports, that are allready fixed but still open, invalids, obvious wontfixes, enhancements that are wrongly marked as bugs and bugs that belong to a different component. In most cases, fixing these is simple but helps to do some cleanup on bugzilla.

Next to these, there are the real bugs (reported or not). While it is wonderful if they are removed, for the sake of the advent calender they are a little bit difficult, because fixing them requires a review process which will take some days and might even end up in not being accepted at all. Anyway, such fixes are welcome too, of course.

I've set up a cron job, which collects the removed bugreports once a day (only bugzilla), so I can post the advances here every day. (Currently there are 2601 bugreports counted.)
November 29
On Friday, 29 November 2019 at 09:14:42 UTC, berni44 wrote:
> It's sort of an advent calendar. And it's an experiment.
>
> In an effort to do some cleaning on bugzilla, I'll try to remove at least one bugreport every day during advent. And I would be happy if some of you would like to join this effort. :-)

I'd like to say that you are doing a nice work.

By the way it could be nice if it was possible to rank these efforts.

Matheus.
November 29
On Friday, 29 November 2019 at 13:47:41 UTC, matheus wrote:
> By the way it could be nice if it was possible to rank these efforts.

I fear, I do not understand. What do you mean with "ranking efforts"?
November 29
On Fri, Nov 29, 2019 at 09:14:42AM +0000, berni44 via Digitalmars-d wrote: [...]

Just wanted to say, you're doing an awesome work to keep the bug list under control.  That's what I used to help out with as well, before I became too busy to regularly contribute.  Hope you can keep it up, and more importantly, inspire others to follow suit!


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Just because you survived after you did it, doesn't mean it wasn't stupid!
November 29
On Friday, 29 November 2019 at 18:22:10 UTC, berni44 wrote:
> On Friday, 29 November 2019 at 13:47:41 UTC, matheus wrote:
>> By the way it could be nice if it was possible to rank these efforts.
>
> I fear, I do not understand. What do you mean with "ranking efforts"?

I think it would be nice to have some graph showing something like Devs x Pull Requests.

And in some cases compensate people like you doing such work (If they want).

By the way this graph could stimulate more people.

Matheus.
December 02
1. advent: 4 bugs where removed (issues 15489, 19105, 20054, 20354)
December 03
2. advent: 5 bugs where removed (issues 5650, 7619, 16161, 17577, 19560)
December 03
On Friday, 29 November 2019 at 19:26:11 UTC, matheus wrote:
> I think it would be nice to have some graph showing something like Devs x Pull Requests.

It's probably not the graph you meant, but I've got prepared some graphs (counting bugs in bugzilla over time) [1]. I was not able to produce these graphs with bugzilla, as I could not get rid of enhancements (which I do not consider bugs). So I wrote some script, which queried the history of all bugs and produced this output. From 1st of December on, a cron job counts the daily numbers and updates the graphs.

[1] http://www.d-ecke.de/Bugstats/
December 03
On 12/2/19 10:41 PM, berni44 wrote:
> 2. advent: 5 bugs where removed (issues 5650, 7619, 16161, 17577, 19560)

Thank you for keeping up this work!
December 04
3. advent: 3 bugs where removed (issues 15881, 18556, 20258)


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