Better Debian RC bugs graphs

September 18th, 2007 by lucas

if you like to monitor the number of RC bugs, you are probably annoyed by the graph on http://bugs.debian.org/release-critical/. The graph starts in 2003, making it impossible to read short-time changes. There’s a bug about that: #431299: RC bug status graph timescale is too long. And I provided a patch a few months ago, but it hasn’t been included yet.

So, in the meantime, you can use my private copy (generated daily):

Also, if you like graphs, Yves-Alexis Perez (aka Corsac) generates cool graphs about Debian:

And if you want to have all the interesting graphs on the same page, you can use this page.

2 Responses to “Better Debian RC bugs graphs”

  1. Michel Gabbiano wrote on 09/18/07 at 9:11 pm :

    Another cool graph would be the evolution of the overall number of bugs:
    http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=409498
    Michel

  2. cpunk - the cypherblog wrote on 09/18/07 at 9:40 pm :

    release-critical bugs mit bug…

    Ist ja schon ein wenig lustig, dass ausgerechnet der Code hinter der Seite release-critical bugs selbst einen Bug aufweist (#431299: RC bug status graph timescale is too long)… Auf der Seite wird ein Graph angezeigt, der den Verlauf der Anzahl krit…..