Fri, 24 Sep 2010
I finally found the time to port the scripts generating these statistics to use the Ultimate Debian Database (and especially its bugs webinterface). Parsing the HTML output of bts.turmzimmer.net was quite insane and slow, but it worked... kind of. However it's now done: The script now uses not that insane SQL queries and UDD, of which I have been told has more accurate numbers as bts.turmzimmer.net, which uses to the best of my knowledge the obsoleted ldap gateway.
Well, so much for the talk, here are the actual numbers, created with the new script:
You'll note, that the numbers got quite higher. Sorry, for that, but
bts.turmzimmer.net seems to be kind of buggy :( You'll also note, that
there is no longer a row for
fixed in delayed
bugs, as UDD doesn't support these numbers as of now. But I think you'll
agree with me, that having more accurate numbers is better than having
The unofficial rc bug tracker currently knows about the following bugs:
|Remaining to be fixed in Squeeze:||215|
Of these 215 bugs, the following tags are set:
|Pending in Squeeze:||14|
|Patched in Squeeze:||40|
|Duplicates in Squeeze:||23|
|Contrib or non-free in Squeeze:||7|
|Claimed in Squeeze:||1|
|Delayed in Squeeze:||3|
|Can fixed in a security Update:||12|
|Otherwise fixed in Squeeze:||14|
Ignoring all the above (multiple tags possible), 132
bugs need to be fixed by Debian Contributers to get Debian 6.0
However, with the view of the Release Managers, 235 need to be dealt with for the release to happen.
Please see my older post for an explanation of the different numbers.