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Subject: Re: [boost] Status of the bug sprint....
From: Vicente Botet Escriba (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-11-21 07:17:58


Marshall Clow-2 wrote:
> for Thursday, November 19th.
> Yesterday, 859 open tickets.
> Today, 861 open tickets.
> That's not the direction that we want to go, folks. ;-)

For the Bug sprint I would like to see reduced the number of bugs. This do
not means that the other are not important. We have a problem because
Patches could concern Bugs or feature requests. I purpose to Move all the
patches to the corresponding category and add a new field to state if there
is a patch available or not.

Could you provide a query reports of the number of bugs by component, number
of patches by component, ...

I would like we try also to reduce the number of bugs by library. Why not
having as goal that no library has more than 30 bugs? Here they are the
libraries having more than 30 tickets:

thread 62
date_time 48
iostreams 40
test 40
Python 39

Do the concerned authors agree to try to reduce these figures?


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