Taking stock of bugs

Posted in Camino, Life at 2:01 am by

Jesse today filed his 3000th Mozilla bug today. He’s been busy!

By contrast; I have a long way to go. I filed my 511th bug tonight (I wasn’t paying attention to the fact I was approaching a milestone), just two days shy of three years with Camino.

When Josh filed his 100th bug back in January of 2006, I had filed 148, so in the past year-and-two-thirds, I’ve slightly improved the pace over the first year-and-a-third (if my math skills hold up, that is). I see that I’ve also recently fixed my 100th bug, which blows my mind, given that I’m not a coder. There are few more I need to go fix ;-) once I get a nice block of time to sit down and work on them….

What’s important is the filing and fixing, not the numbers, but however you choose to look at it, working with bugs helps make Camino a better browser for everyone, and I’m proud to be a part of that effort.


  1. User Grav­atardavedit said,

    09.07.07 at 3:57 am

    Way to go Smokey, your work is greatly appreciated! :)

  2. User Grav­atarSmokey said,

    09.10.07 at 1:43 am

    If you find bug statistics interesting, dolphinling has provided some other interesting stats in the comments of Jesse’s post.

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