[Launchpad-users] Ubuntu Bug Week Announcement

Jack Ramsay jack at torios.org
Tue Feb 11 20:45:29 UTC 2014

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We should have had planned this further in advance to where people
could have planned to participate. The two day or less notice was not
good for people.

On 02/11/2014 02:34 PM, Alberto Salvia Novella wrote:
> When saying Trusty is the most *stable release* I took into 
> consideration it is in alpha stage, so Trusty is the most stable of
> all releases in alpha stage.
> On the other hand, the Ubuntu *Bug Week* has been quite
> unsuccessful. I thought in the worst scenario, because launching it
> so soon, whe will be at least four people participating; but we
> just where two. On the other hand, over a hundred bugs; so it
> wasn't that bad, *thanks* to Javier P.L.
> <https://launchpad.net/%7Echilicuil> for being so supportive.
> Because of this, I want to ask people some *questions*; so next
> time we do better. Please tell me the following, although the
> possible answer doesn't seem relevant; so we can figure out what
> has being missed in the event:
> * *Why* you choose not to participate? * *What* will make you to
> participate in an event like this?
> Thank you
> El 10/02/14 13:57, Matthew Paul Thomas escribió: Hi Alberto
> Alberto Salvia Novella wrote on 07/02/14 02:48:
>>>> ...
>>>> As said 
>>>> <http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000017.html>
>>>> by Joel Spolsky, *good software* usually takes 10 years to
>>>> become well made. And this appears the case for Ubuntu 14.04;
>>>> the most stable release of all time, as it can be seen in its
>>>> Error Tracker <https://errors.ubuntu.com/>.
>>>> ...
> Unfortunately, the error tracker currently shows that Trusty (the 
> orange line) is the *least* stable version of Ubuntu yet. The most 
> stable release so far was 13.04 (the purple line).
> I guess you misunderstood this because the Y axis on the graph is 
> unlabelled, which is itself a bug!
> <http://launchpad.net/bugs/1237499>
> Unfortunately we can't tell whether Trusty is better or worse than 
> other releases at this point of the release cycle, because data
> from before last July is on an old database server and not yet
> migrated to the current tracker.
> I hope the Bug Weekend was a success. Perhaps for future Bug Days,
> you could give more advance notice that they're happening.
> Cheers -- mpt
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