#500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :) - Debian

This is a discussion on #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :) - Debian ; Hello, we reached http://bugs.debian.org/500000 -- Noèl Köthe Debian GNU/Linux, www.debian.org -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (GNU/Linux) iEYEABECAAYFAkjaDWUACgkQ9/DnDzB9Vu3/agCbBTR5mTePq0JTkUdU6wsOHo8H vJcAoIl2tVHgeuJ0tOOH5+RtA/BT5nJG =tLCe -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----...

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  1. #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    Hello,

    we reached http://bugs.debian.org/500000


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  2. Re: #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    2008/9/24 Andreas Tille :
    > On Wed, 24 Sep 2008, Noèl Köthe wrote:
    >> we reached http://bugs.debian.org/500000

    >
    > Who has won the "Chritian Perrier Award" for the best estimation of
    > time for this?


    "Rene Mayorga is the winner of the "bug #500000 contest" bet. He
    planned it to be reported on September 23rd and just missed the real
    date by one day. Congratulations, Rene."
    Quoted from: http://www.perrier.eu.org/weblog/200...bug-500000-now

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  3. Re: #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    On Wed, 24 Sep 2008, Noèl Köthe wrote:

    > we reached http://bugs.debian.org/500000


    Who has won the "Chritian Perrier Award" for the best estimation of
    time for this?

    Kind regards

    Andreas.

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  4. Re: #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    On Wed, 24 Sep 2008 11:50:31 +0200
    Nol Kthe wrote:

    > Hello,
    >
    > we reached http://bugs.debian.org/500000


    This calls for a celebration.

    Fortunately, not all of this 500000 bugs are open. Other implications?

    Dirk.


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  5. Re: #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    Am Mittwoch, den 24.09.2008, 12:02 +0200 schrieb Andreas Tille:

    > > we reached http://bugs.debian.org/500000

    >
    > Who has won the "Chritian Perrier Award" for the best estimation of
    > time for this?


    http://wiki.debian.org/500000thBugContest
    http://people.debian.org/~bubulle/500000.html

    ReneMayorga 20080923



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  6. Re: #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    On Wed, 24 Sep 2008 12:02:35 +0200, Andreas Tille wrote:

    >> we reached http://bugs.debian.org/500000

    > Who has won the "Chritian Perrier Award" for the best estimation of
    > time for this?


    Rene Mayorga.

    Cf. http://www.perrier.eu.org/weblog/200...bug-500000-now

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  7. Re: #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    On 2008-09-24 11:50, Nol Kthe wrote:
    > we reached http://bugs.debian.org/500000


    For the occasion of the 500000th Debian bug being reported today, I
    couldn't resist digging some statistics from bugs.debian.org.

    Out of the 500000 bugs reported so far more than 440000 thousand bugs
    have been fixed! Ignoring the fact, that the pace at which bugs have
    been reported (and fixed!) in Debian's 15 years of history has certainly
    increased, an average of more than 80 bugs have been closed per day.

    To all DDs: Thanks for the excellent work!

    Here are the details:

    (1) Sum severety: 66786
    (2) Sum resolved: 7637
    -----------------------
    (1-2) Sum open: 59149

    I am sure there are better ways of analysing this, but for today I'll
    have to leave this to someone else...

    Cheers,
    Johannes

    (These are the summary sections of the search results for "Select bugs:
    with severity" or
    http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?severity=)

    critical
    * Status
    o 24 Outstanding
    o 3 Forwarded
    o 51 Resolved
    * Severity
    o 78 Critical bugs
    * Classification
    o 24 Unclassified

    grave
    * Status
    o 177 Outstanding
    o 9 Forwarded
    o 6 Pending Upload
    o 553 Resolved
    * Severity
    o 745 Grave functionality bugs
    * Classification
    o 18 Patch Available
    o 5 Confirmed
    o 149 Unclassified
    o 3 More information needed
    o 2 Will Not Fix

    serious
    * Status
    o 327 Outstanding
    o 13 Forwarded
    o 24 Pending Upload
    o 1548 Resolved
    * Severity
    o 1912 Serious (policy violations or makes package unfit for
    release)
    * Classification
    o 31 Patch Available
    o 4 Confirmed
    o 290 Unclassified
    o 2 Will Not Fix

    important
    * Status
    o 6337 Outstanding
    o 744 Forwarded
    o 124 Pending Upload
    o 1183 Resolved
    * Severity
    o 8387 Important bugs
    o 1 Minor bugs
    * Classification
    o 472 Patch Available
    o 82 Confirmed
    o 5296 Unclassified
    o 401 More information needed
    o 86 Will Not Fix

    normal
    * Status
    o 23325 Outstanding
    o 2982 Forwarded
    o 296 Pending Upload
    o 125 Fixed in NMU
    o 2243 Resolved
    * Severity
    o 28971 Normal bugs
    * Classification
    o 1201 Patch Available
    o 314 Confirmed
    o 20305 Unclassified
    o 1051 More information needed
    o 454 Will Not Fix

    minor
    * Status
    o 5838 Outstanding
    o 691 Forwarded
    o 164 Pending Upload
    o 34 Fixed in NMU
    o 565 Resolved
    * Severity
    o 7292 Minor bugs
    * Classification
    o 580 Patch Available
    o 164 Confirmed
    o 4792 Unclassified
    o 66 More information needed
    o 236 Will Not Fix

    wishlist
    * Status
    o 15520 Outstanding
    o 1918 Forwarded
    o 465 Pending Upload
    o 3 Fixed in NMU
    o 1494 Resolved
    * Severity
    o 19400 Wishlist items
    * Classification
    o 1466 Patch Available
    o 151 Confirmed
    o 12608 Unclassified
    o 139 More information needed
    o 1156 Will Not Fix





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  8. Re: #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    Quoting Krzysztof Burghardt (krzysztof@burghardt.pl):
    > 2008/9/24 Andreas Tille :
    > > On Wed, 24 Sep 2008, Nol Kthe wrote:
    > >> we reached http://bugs.debian.org/500000

    > >
    > > Who has won the "Chritian Perrier Award" for the best estimation of
    > > time for this?

    >
    > "Rene Mayorga is the winner of the "bug #500000 contest" bet. He
    > planned it to be reported on September 23rd and just missed the real
    > date by one day. Congratulations, Rene."
    > Quoted from: http://www.perrier.eu.org/weblog/200...bug-500000-now


    Let's not forget Nobuhiro Iwamatsu who reported that bug....

    Even though bug #499997 would habe been fun to have as #500000,
    indeed..:-)




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  9. Re: #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    On Wed, 24 Sep 2008, Christian Perrier wrote:

    > Let's not forget Nobuhiro Iwamatsu who reported that bug....
    >
    > Even though bug #499997 would habe been fun to have as #500000,
    > indeed..:-)


    You tried to cheat to gather the fame of reporting #500000! ;-)

    Kind regards

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  10. Re: #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    Quoting Andreas Tille (tillea@rki.de):
    > On Wed, 24 Sep 2008, Christian Perrier wrote:
    >
    >> Let's not forget Nobuhiro Iwamatsu who reported that bug....
    >>
    >> Even though bug #499997 would habe been fun to have as #500000,
    >> indeed..:-)

    >
    > You tried to cheat to gather the fame of reporting #500000! ;-)



    Sean Finney can testify that I didn't cheat by keeping the bug to send
    it just on time.

    Indeed, the idea of sending it just popped up in my crazy mind while a
    few of us were waiting on IRC for #500000 to be reported.

    Sean was just doing a mini-MBF for PHP stuff and, while I was kidding
    him, the idea just popped up..



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  11. Re: #500000 24 Sep 2008 07:51:01 UTC :)

    Christian Perrier wrote:
    >
    >
    > Sean Finney can testify that I didn't cheat by keeping the bug to send
    > it just on time.
    >
    > Indeed, the idea of sending it just popped up in my crazy mind while a
    > few of us were waiting on IRC for #500000 to be reported.
    >
    > Sean was just doing a mini-MBF for PHP stuff and, while I was kidding
    > him, the idea just popped up..


    Yeah, and Stefan Fritsch later filed #500087 for php too, but just too
    late :-/

    damn, PHP could have pwned the record of being the 500000th bug in Debian,
    demonstrating how buggy it is (oops

    Cheers,
    Raphael Geissert


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