Blender Foundation: Status Update Week 43
So, a quick status update from last week. During the begin of the week I was busy with fixing up our installer script, so that it won’t delete everything without properly warning and so on. After that I did release log work, some SVN and tracker stats for the period Blender 2.54-Blender 2.55. On Thursday I travelled to the Netherlands or the Blender Conference 2010, so I haven’t been able to do much sensible on the bug tracker or related work. On next Tuesday I’ll probably will finally press the release button on 2.55. I hope the users can wait for a few more moments before they can download a new official release
During the conference I’ve been busy helping out speakers and having two short sessions myself too, with on Saturday one on bug reporting and feature proposals. I hope users now have a better picture of how they can be a part of our development process.
Today only a few numbers, as I need to make some small adjustments to be able to do sensible data gathering from the tracker since the new release, but that’ll have to wait for a few more days. Anyway, the useful numbers:
During last 24 hours 9 reports were closed During last seven days 67 reports were closed, avg 9.57 per day During last 30 days 396 reports were closed, avg 13.20 per day During last 24 hours 9 new issues were reported During last seven days 74 new issues were reported, avg 10.57 per day During last 30 days 336 new issues were reported, avg 11.20 per day
So you see, in the last seven days slightly more bugs reported than we closed, but that’s mainly due to the fact that I’ve been concentrating a bit more on non-bugfixing tasks. That said, I’m sure we’ll be well below 200 again next week. (One can at least hope )