[wp-hackers] Re: Stats for 2007

spencerp spencerp1 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 6 10:30:02 GMT 2008

spencerp wrote:
> Jacob Santos wrote:
>> spencerp wrote:
>>> perhaps stats on how much crap/tickets/stuff keeps lingering around 
>>> and not being taken care of for core? heck, maybe it will/would help 
>>> get even more people there to help... after all, there's where the 
>>> real big stats lay... sorry, I'm in cranky sarcastic mood tonight..
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>> Hmm, I'm one of the haterz about the total tickets and about the ones 
>> that have patches aren't committed.
>> I think stats on milestones and how many tickets were fixed in each 
>> milestone verses how long the milestone was held open for (meaning it 
>> was the trunk version as well as the ones in the branches).
> Yeah, the thing is though... that's fine and dandy. People will 
> see/say, "gee willikers... this many tickets were found/fixed... but 
> look at the huge amount that was pushed over to the next future 
> version but once again!"
> Example, stuff like this are but a coin toss on what-to-do with it...
> http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/4754
> http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/5220
> a) (choose what's best, via a "vote") then commit it..
> b) (rather then constantly bump it) just flush (delete) it
> Uh, not really THAT complicated... last I knew, stuff like those 
> tickets won't affect the Admin redesign either... But ah well, let's 
> keep kicking it forward... who knows, maybe by the year 2020 it will 
> get some love... Let's flip a coin.. head = keep / tails = heap...
Thanks Westi... hahaha.. I'm smiling huge now..
http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/4754 (committed wow!) =D

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