I found the following GNOME desktop mailing list post today.
It's a statistics about the most active contributors to GNOME Bugzilla.
Similar statistics could also be for Git and wiki contributions.
I think that's a nice way to make contributions attractive and could
also have positive effects on our GEGL and GIMP work.
What do you think about it?
On 5.1.2016 at 7:34 PM Andre Klapper wrote:
a quick look at some basic GNOME Bugzilla activity in 2015.
2015 2014 2013
Open reports at the end(*): 47205 46056 46130
Opened in that year: 17481 20695 25137
Closed in that year: 16417 20609 22120
(*): Excludes reports marked as enhancements
The following people closed more than 500 bugs in 2015:
988 Milan Crha
973 Matthias Clasen
624 Florian Müllner
588 Sebastian Dröge
509 Bastien Nocera
503 Michael Catanzaro
The following people reported more than 150 bugs in 2015:
303 Bastien Nocera
215 Michael Catanzaro
187 Allan Day
167 Matthias Clasen
The following people contributed more than 250 patches in 2015:
402 Debarshi Ray
306 Bastien Nocera
299 Ray Strode
284 Philip Withnall
281 Carlos Garnacho
264 Florian Müllner
The following people reviewed more than 400 patches in 2015:
1274 Sebastian Dröge (slomo)
822 Bastien Nocera
731 Matthias Clasen
527 Debarshi Ray
445 Michael Catanzaro
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