Exploring our bugs, part 2! (Nest With Fedora)

A ladybug crawling on a leaf

At Nest With Fedora, I took an updated look at stats from years of Fedora Linux bug reports.

Abstract: This talk picks up where last year’s “Exploring our bugs” talk left off. It updates stats to include F33 and F34 bugs. But it also adds new dimensions to talk about process changes: how have our blocker and freeze exception bugs changed over time? How many FailsToInstallBugs never get fixed? How many bugs never reach the users because they’re fixed in Rawhide? Plus any additional questions I think of or that the community suggests!

Date: 4–6 August 2022

Location: virtual



This post’s featured image is by Neringa Hünnefeld on Unsplash

Ben formerly led open source messaging at Docker and was the Fedora Program Manager. He is the author of Program Management for Open Source Projects. Ben is an Open Organization Ambassador and frequent conference speaker. His personal website is Funnel Fiasco.


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