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Re: 80 (-9) issues left to reach svn 1.0 ... wow!

From: solo turn <soloturn99_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-04-25 19:17:04 CEST

no, its not that sophisticated :)
-/+ is just the difference compared to the last posting, so you can
see a little if it is going up or down.

the idea of doing this came out of a discussion if svn will ever
reach 1.0.

at that time i thought:
- the number of issues is constant 80,
  and i could not proove it and i could not explain it.
- so svn would never reach 1.0, but would end up
  like openssl or many other oss.
- new features might be blocked until the release of 1.0,
  and so there is danger of never getting these features.

half a year later (now):
- we are still at 80 issues
  i still don't know why ...
  and 42 is more obvious ;)
- still no crashed repository (lost data).
- distributions start to add svn.
- people who never did version control before
  started using it.
- even oss celebrities started using it ;)
- there is still no conversion from cvs to svn.
- but it seems that new repositories use svn
  and not cvs any more.
- and people involved are not that restrictive
  in blocking new features and there seems to be
  an excellent mix for stability and new features.

i must say this is quite an impressive success for the whole project
and the people involved.

--- Paul Lussier <pll@lanminds.com> wrote:
> In a message dated: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 08:39:29 PDT
> solo turn said:
>
> >in the last weeks you resolved an impressive number of issues, so
> the
> >new numbers are:
> >
>
> Hey Solo,
>
> Could you explain what these numbers mean? I've been watching
> these
> reports your send for some time, but just don't get it :)
>
> Is it as simple as:
> Number remaining
> / _ Number resolved this past week (the '-' denotes
> what?)
> | |
> | |
> >defec: 53 (-2)
> >enhan: 15 (-4)
> >featu: 1 (-1)
> >task : 6 (-1)
> >patch: 5 (-1)
>
> And if so, then _ why the '+'
> here?
> |
> >issues resolved/invalid in the last 14 days: 36 (+14).
> >issues resolved/invalid relevant to 1.0 in the last 14 days: 15
> (+6).
> >new issues relevant to 1.0 in the last 14 days: 6.
>
> Thanks,
> --
>
> Seeya,
> Paul
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>
> It may look like I'm just sitting here doing nothing,
> but I'm really actively waiting for all my problems to go away.
>
> If you're not having fun, you're not doing it right!
>
>
>
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