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Ubuntu Bug Statistics Graphs Now Goes Back 6 Months! February 19, 2007

Posted by Carthik in bugsquashing, ubuntu.
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I finally got around to updating the Ubuntu bug stats graphs page to display graphs for bugstats over the past:

  1. One day (24 hours)
  2. One week (7 days)
  3. One month (30 days), and
  4. Six Months (180 days)

Bugstats page screenshot

I had received a few requests for updates. When I had created the page, I did not have the data for more than a week prior to when I created it, so I had not included the monthly, and half-yearly plots. Now, finally, I got off my lame posterior and updated it, with a minor improvement to how the graphs are presented in the form of a tabbed “menu” inside a tabbed “menu”.

Comments, suggestions welcome :)

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1. Listerate - February 19, 2007

Cool Tool! Now if only we had this for individual packages/teams!

2. Vincent - February 20, 2007

Really cool! Perhaps it could also generate a graph of resolved bugs?

3. ubuntonista - February 20, 2007

Hmm, that would be interesting. I guess All Bugs Ever Reported – Open Bugs would be the resolved bugs.

4. Roy Schestowitz - February 20, 2007

That’s a lot of bugs. Someone, quick, grab some pesticides!

5. Dan - February 20, 2007

Any chance of a graph with the y axis starting a zero?

6. ubuntonista - February 20, 2007

Dan,
1. I don’t have data back to where there were 0 bugs, so
2. If I start at y=0 the details won’t be visible, and there will only be a very small line in the graph itself.

7. ALEXSANDRO - February 21, 2007

The Ubuntu distribution simplifies Linux by providing a sensible collection of applications, an easy-to-use package manager, and lots of fine-tuning, which make it possibly the best Linux for desktops and laptops. Readers of both Linux Journal and TUX Magazine confirmed this by voting Ubuntu as the best Linux distribution in each publication’s 2005 Readers Choice Awards. None of that simplification, however, makes Ubuntu any less fun if you’re a hacker or a power user.

http://extremedigital.wordpress.com/2007/02/20/ubuntu-hacks/

8. dAniel hAhler - August 28, 2007

The data does not seem to get pulled correctly anymore, since Thu Jun 21 07:00:02 CEST 2007 (unix timestamp 1182402002) – there is “None” in the raw data since then for all counters!

Please look into fixing it.

9. Daniel - February 5, 2008

JFI:
The new (fixed) stats are available at:

http://people.ubuntu.com/~brian/graphs/

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