The official Eclipse Issue Tracking System (ITS) is Bugzilla, hosted at http://bugs.eclipse.org . Some projects however use a mix of GitHub and the Eclipse forge to manage the various repositories, and may use the GitHub ITS.
Bugzilla itself has some reporting capabilities, available through its web interface. For more elaborated plots and numbers, the Eclipse Foundations has setup a dedicated server to analyse project repositories at http://dashboard.eclipse.org , powered by the MetricsGrimoire suite developed by Bitergia.
Data for project is directly available from the project's dashboard:
25 static metrics relative to the current project's state have been retrieved from the Eclipse dashboard:
ITS_CHANGED 144, ITS_CHANGERS 77, ITS_CLOSED 58, ITS_CLOSED_30 0, ITS_CLOSED_365 3, ITS_CLOSED_7 0, ITS_CLOSERS 10, ITS_CLOSERS_30 0, ITS_CLOSERS_365 2, ITS_CLOSERS_7 0, ITS_DIFF_NETCLOSED_30 0, ITS_DIFF_NETCLOSED_365 1, ITS_DIFF_NETCLOSED_7 0, ITS_DIFF_NETCLOSERS_30 0, ITS_DIFF_NETCLOSERS_365 0, ITS_DIFF_NETCLOSERS_7 0, ITS_OPENED 103, ITS_OPENERS 59, ITS_PERCENTAGE_CLOSED_30 0, ITS_PERCENTAGE_CLOSED_365 50, ITS_PERCENTAGE_CLOSED_7 0, ITS_PERCENTAGE_CLOSERS_30 0, ITS_PERCENTAGE_CLOSERS_365 0, ITS_PERCENTAGE_CLOSERS_7 0, ITS_TRACKERS 1,
The evolution of
9 metrics has been retrieved, spaning from
Feb 2011 to
date, changed, changers, closed, closers, opened, openers, trackers, unixtime
The following plot uses plotly services to enable users to play with data itself, and its associated plot. Hover on the graph for more options.
The following plot shows the evolution of the number of updates on issues during the overall time range covered by the analysis. Updates include opening, closing, changing state or adding information to the issue and denotes the activity of the project on the issue tracking system.
The following plot shows the evolution of the number of issues opened and closed per week. These numbers are a good indicators both of the activity of the project on the issue tracking system and the diversity of its actors.
The visualisations on this page can be exported and easily reused on an external web site. You can find more information on iframes and pictures reuse in the project's wiki. Remember to change the server name in the code samples provided.
Plot of main evolution metrics of the issue tracking system
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Evolution of updates on issues
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Evolution of people involved in the issue tracking system
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Evolution of opened and closed issues
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The visualisations used in this document rely on a number of flat CSV and JSON data files. You can download and play with them if you want to thereafter:
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