That's disappointing. This is a very important metric for us (and I
would assume for anyone who is doing agile development). The number of
bugs is not nearly as important as how much time is expected to be
expended combating them.
Can anyone direct me to the right place to log that as an enhancement
>That's disappointing. This is a very important metric for us (and I
>would assume for anyone who is doing agile development). The number of
>bugs is not nearly as important as how much time is expected to be
>expended combating them.
>Can anyone direct me to the right place to log that as an enhancement
>mozilla-webtools mailing list
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> > JC wrote:
> >> Is there a way in Bugzilla to chart the remaining hours for all
> >> bugs in a product?
> While not builtin, you can pull data from Bugzilla using MyODBC and
> M$Access. You'll get a snapshot of the data. You'd have to make a
> mechanism to accumulate the data yourself.
You can also do the same thing using Crystal Reports.
> Do log an enhancment request. I can imagine a relatively small change
> to the query in a chart dataset that would return the total of a field
> rather than the count of bugs.
Definitely log that one. It should be a fairly easy one to generate as
well. In the meantime, one other way to accomplish the goal is to use
RRDTool to log the data if you're able to figure out how to pull it out
of the database, then you can graph it nearly any way you'd like.
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