#144 Metrics Visualizations of Packages
Closed: Moved 2 years ago by jflory7. Opened 4 years ago by bex.

Do we have capacity to consider two additional data points for the test instance?

1) How many packages were updated in each "time period". I believe this can be done as repositories that got an update (per branch?) from src.fp.o

2) How long package reviews take. Can we somehow extract data about bugs like this one? https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1550314

Metadata Update from @jflory7:
- Issue priority set to: no deadline (was: awaiting triage)
- Issue set to the milestone: Future releases
- Issue tagged with: help wanted, metrics, needs feedback

4 years ago

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4 years ago

Discussed in 2018-04-02 meeting.

Dependency updated

I misread this ticket at first because I thought it was a general request. I better understand that it is in the context of #114 and building our dashboard. I am marking this ticket as blocked on #114.

@skamath is best able to answer the technical possibility of this ticket.

Measuring updates

@roca asked a good question during the meeting. Is it better to monitor updates that land in Bodhi or new commits to source package repositories in src.fedoraproject.org? Do you have an opinion on this, @bex?

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- Issue marked as depending on: #114
- Issue tagged with: blocked

4 years ago

Further thoughts regarding data from bodhi:
- Updates are broken down into rss feeds from broad to specific users.
- While the notes vary for each update, would pulling feeds and parsing by project, date provide a simple visual time line?

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3 years ago

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- Issue priority set to: needs review (was: waiting on external)
- Issue tagged with: team - mindshare, type - coding

3 years ago

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- Issue tagged with: help wanted

3 years ago

Metadata Update from @jflory7:
- Issue unmarked as depending on: #114

3 years ago

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- Issue set to the milestone: None (was: Future releases)

3 years ago

Discussed in 2020-08-08 Fedora Nest metrics hack session.

As discussed, I started a new thread on Fedora Infrastructure mailing list. I am closing this ticket as moved. An excerpt of the mailing list post below:

Hi all,

CommOps received a request to build metrics for (1) what packages are
updated every Fedora release, and (2) how long on average package
reviews take; however, we do not have capacity to take this request. Per
discussion at Nest, I am following up on Fedora Infrastructure list to
explore if there is capacity elsewhere for this work.

The ticket with this request was opened by Brian Exelbierd in March
2018. The CommOps team first approached this work two years ago, but our
volunteer team does not have capacity to meet this request:


At Nest, we briefly discussed with cverna in the CommOps metrics hack
session that this request is more likely a question of which system to
query and how (versus building new tooling or collecting new data).

I was actioned to open a discussion on the Infrastructure mailing list
to explore if this is of interest to the Fedora Packaging community. If
so, the C.P.E. team may be able to redirect this request to the right place.

I am closing the CommOps ticket once I send this mail, but I am happy to
move the request to a new Pagure issue in a different repo if someone is
interested in taking up this request.


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- Issue close_status updated to: Moved
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2 years ago

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- Issue untagged with: help wanted
- Issue priority set to: waiting on external (was: needs review)

2 years ago

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