Here is the immediate view https://wiki.mozilla.org/B2G/QA/Preinstalled_Apps_Triage Simple count and age over time, with vendor selector may work out fine.
Prototype is http://people.mozilla.org/~klahnakoski/es6/Partner-Bugs.html My recent email the Nicole: On 18/07/2014 11:56 AM, Kyle Lahnakoski wrote: > Looking at the chart today (http://people.mozilla.org/~klahnakoski/es6/Partner-Bugs.html#sampleMax=2014-07-19&sampleMin=2014-03-09) > we see there are 76 bugs with a median age of 129.85 days. The list of bugs at the bottom of the > dashboard are sorted by age; 1/2 way down the list we see the 38th and 39th bugs are 140.8 days and > 130.9 days respectively for a median of 135.85*** (The average works out to 147.5 days). > > > ** Open bugs are only included because even closed bugs were once open, and when > they were open they are included in the Age in Days chart calculation. Looking at the week > starting March23 we see 64 bugs with a median age of 73.31 days. Clicking on the Open Bug Count > chart we can get the list of the 64 open bugs, some of them closed now. You may be asked how old > are the bugs you have closed in the past month (or some other time interval); I believe this is not > a good measure because it ignores the open-and-neglected bugs. > > ***One caveat I failed to mention is the bug age on the chart is the number of days the bug was > marked as belonging to the partner and NOT the age of the bug itself. I believe this is a better > measure because you can not expect a partner to work on a bug until someone has at least identified > as something the partner should work on. The ages shown on the bug list at the bottom is the actual > age of the bug, so they are showing a little older. This discrepancy is confusing but at least the > Age in Days chart is a fair representation of how old the partner bugs are.
This project is long dead
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 11 months ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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