ticket status report

Sean Egan seanegan at gmail.com
Sat Sep 15 04:40:25 EDT 2007

On 9/12/07, Luke Schierer <lschiere at pidgin.im> wrote:
> > I'd be glad to do this. Do you mean the oldest 100 ticket in the 2.2.1
> > milestone? Or the oldest 100 total.
> The two are nearly identical, particularly if you mentally filter out
> those related to Trac or the webpage.  I'd be estatic with either, but
> for simplicity's sake, lets say in the 2.2.1 milestone.

I started today from the top, closing as many tickets as seemed reasonable.

It seems like the first 100 tend to be feature requests that require a
significant amount of work with perhaps little gain. The middle seems
to be more where we started letting bugs pile up do to our constrained
resources dealing with the new project.

I'd recommend instead of just purposely trying to close the oldest
100, everyone goes through the list and closes as much as possible,
regardless of assignee, milestone, priority, or type. It'd be easier
to make significant progress that way.

>From the  numbers, it looks like we manage to close about 70% of all
the tickets that come in. That's really pretty good; it means we've
closed 2,169 tickets so far!


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