Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Visualizing the MySQL Bug Tide

On the MySQL Bugs website there are some tide stats available. These show rate of bug creation.

I've put them in a graph:
I made these with this IPython Notebook. There are more detailed graphs per version in the notebook.

Update: The version in the notebook now uses the same range for the Y axis and has a marker for the GA dates of each release.

6 comments:

  1. Very nice! What does the Y axis show? Open bugs, or number of bugs being opened? If it's open bugs, then it's very satisfactory to see the number eventually shrinking to zero in each graph. :)

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    1. The Y axis is the number of opened bugs.
      With a small change in the script you can plot (opened-closed) instead of opened.

      https://gist.github.com/dveeden/cf18e39f90a35db20bf139c676b3b015

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  2. Don't forget 8.0. Just announced and there are already bug reports for it.

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    1. That data is not yet available on https://bugs.mysql.com/tide.php

      See also https://bugs.mysql.com/82973

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