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SubjectRe: Number of bugs - statistics
Adrian Bunk wrote:
> On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 06:22:57PM +0200, Stefan Richter wrote:
>> Adrian Bunk wrote:
>>> And ALSA alone has 2000 open bug reports, which makes the open ACPI or
>>> SCSI bug numbers relatively irrelevant in any "number of bugs"
>>> statistics.
>> Central facilities like ACPI and SCSI having relatively few [and
>> according to Arjan a decreasing number of] reported unfixed bugs is...
>> irrelevant?
>
> Yes, _in any "number of bugs" statistics_ that is irrelevant.

Well, yes, in any "simplistic total number of bugs without any frame of
reference what is actually counted" statistics it is indeed irrelevant.

[...]
> We do not even have good data for "number of bug reports".

That's right. We don't have comprehensive data, and it is difficult to
draw conclusions from the data that we have.
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Stefan Richter
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