[openstack-dev] [Neutron] Bug deputy process
salv.orlando at gmail.com
Wed Dec 2 19:02:19 UTC 2015
I only have some historical, anecdotal, and rapidly waning memory of
Nevertheless my feeling is that the process has been a success so far.
In past times it would not have been a surprise if a bug fell under the
radar until that well known brownish matter hit the proverbial fan.
Also, only 17 bugs are in "new" status out of 373. Which means that - at
worst - only 4.6% of reported bugs have not yet been analysed by the team.
I reckon these numbers are rather impressive. Kudos to both the deputies
and most importantly to Armando who set up the process.
On 2 December 2015 at 19:49, Armando M. <armamig at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi neutrinos,
> It's been a couple of months that the Bug deputy process has been in place
> [1,2]. Since the beginning of Mitaka we have collected the following
> statistics (for neutron and neutronclient):
> Total bug reports: 373
> - Fix committed: 144
> - Unassigned: 73
> - New: 17
> - Incomplete: 20
> - Confirmed: 27
> - Triaged: 6
> At first, it is clear that we do not fix issues nearly as fast as they
> come in, but at least we managed to keep the number of unassigned/unvetted
> bugs relatively small, so kudos to you all who participated in this
> experiment. I don't have data based on older releases, so I can't see
> whether we've improved or worsened, and I'd like to ask for feedback from
> the people who played with this first hand, especially on the amount of
> time that has taken them to do deputy duty for their assigned week.
> - ihrachys
> - regXboi
> - markmcclain
> - mestery
> - mangelajo
> - garyk
> - rossella_s
> - dougwig
> Many thanks,
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