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Ubuntu Bug Statistics now Available as Graphs September 18, 2006

Posted by Carthik in bugsquashing, ubuntu.
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I put together some scripts from Sam Tygier and some of my own to generate graphs of the number of open/unconfirmed/critical etc bugs from the statistics available on Launchpad. I figured I’d spend some time on doing this since visualizing past performance and statistics must act as motivators for at least some bug triagers :)

Here’s an example graph that shows the number of open bugs over the last 24 hours:

Number of Open bugs over the last 24 hours

More plots are available at the Ubuntu bugstats page.

The page has links to the raw data if anyone needs it. As time goes by I will add a graph showing the changes over longer periods of time (like months).

Thanks are due to Sam for giving me the script he used to parse the data from the launchpad pages. I just added a simple enough gnuplot script to plot the graphs. Any suggestions/comments etc are welcome as comments to this post. The Ubuntu-in loco team was kind enough to lend me space on their server – thank you guys!

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1. housetier - September 18, 2006

ca 13.4 bugs at 9/18 7:30

something seems odd… why show numbers which can never be “reached”? There are no fractions in bugs, maybe friction though ;)

2. ubuntonista - September 18, 2006

The points are clearly shown with a “+”. Not drawing the lines would make it difficult to see movement, which is why they are there. This looks more dynamic than, say, a bargraph showing the same.

3. towsonu2003 - September 18, 2006

nice one. real nice! and someone was working real hard on 9/18 btw 8 and 12 :)

4. Darren Griffith - September 20, 2006

Really cool idea!

May I offer a helpful tip? Consider using munin to collect and graph the data. Designed as a way to monitor servers over time, it easily graphs any numerical data you give it over the last day, week, month, and year. Writing the customized munin plugin you need to do this is really quite easy, once you understand how it works.

http://munin.projects.linpro.no/

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