Input: 2015q3 quarter in review

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Things to know:

  • Input is Mozilla's product feedback site.
  • Fjord is the code that runs Input.
  • We maintain project details and plans at https://wiki.mozilla.org/Firefox/Input.
  • I am Will Kahn-Greene and I'm the tech lead, architect, QA and primary developer on Input.

This is the quarter in review for Mozilla Input!

Bugzilla and git stats

Quarter 2015q3 (2015-07-01 -> 2015-10-01)
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Bugzilla
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Bugs created: 60
Creators: 4

         Will Kahn-Greene [:willkg] : 57
             Karen Rudnitski [:kar] : 1
                                Rob : 1
                David Weir (satdav) : 1

Bugs resolved: 58

                                    : 1
                            WONTFIX : 3
                              FIXED : 52
                         WORKSFORME : 2

                         Tracebacks : 2
                           Research : 0
                            Tracker : 2

Tracker bugs: 2

    1007840: [tracker] make thank you page for sad feedback helpful
        (phase 1)
    1193335: [tracker] remove eq_ and ok_

Resolvers: 6

         Will Kahn-Greene [:willkg] : 38
                          reachtotj : 10
                             willkg : 5
                      L. Guruprasad : 3
      Rehan Dalal [:rehan, :rdalal] : 1
     Ricky Rosario [:rrosario, :r1c : 1

Commenters: 19

                             willkg : 352
                           rrosario : 6
                            sarentz : 5
                          randersen : 4
                            mgrimes : 4
                           rrayborn : 4
                            rnewman : 3
                         krudnitski : 3
                          reachtotj : 3
                          tonnes.mb : 3
                              glind : 2
                       iankronquist : 2
                           rtanglao : 1
                               alam : 1
                             adrian : 1
                         hripat1989 : 1
                            dhenein : 1
                        vivek.kiran : 1
                          lgp171188 : 1

git
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Total commits: 225

      Will Kahn-Greene :   208  (+12017, -8524, files 798)
             Taranjeet :     9  (+715, -704, files 26)
         L. Guruprasad :     5  (+55, -52, files 11)
           Rehan Dalal :     2  (+636, -97, files 57)
                   R&D :     1  (+637, -93, files 52)

Total lines added: 14060
Total lines deleted: 9470
Total files changed: 944

Everyone
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    adrian
    alam
    David Weir (satdav)
    dhenein
    glind
    hripat1989
    iankronquist
    Karen Rudnitski [:kar]
    L Guruprasad
    mgrimes
    R&D
    randersen
    reachtotj
    Rehan Dalal [:rehan, :rdalal]
    Ricky Rosario [:rrosario, :r1cky]
    rnewman
    Rob
    rrayborn
    rtanglao
    sarentz
    Taranjeet
    tonnes.mb
    vivek.kiran
    Will Kahn-Greene [:willkg]

Code line counts:

2014q1: April 1st, 2014:        15195 total  6953 Python
2014q2: July 1st, 2014:         20456 total  9247 Python
2014q3: October 7th. 2014:      23466 total  11614 Python
2014q4: December 31st, 2014:    30158 total  13615 Python
2015q1: April 1st, 2015:        28977 total  12623 Python
2015q2: July 13th, 2015:        29549 total  13572 Python
2015q3: September 30th, 2015:   30571 total  15119 Python

Nothing exciting this quarter. We added more tests and a new suggester.

Contributor stats

Taranjeet finished cleaning up after switching from nose to pytest. We no longer use eq_ and ok_.

L Guruprasad updated requirements--something we haven't done in a while. He also fixed the pre-commit issues we were having (yay!) and created an AnalyzerProfileFactory which simplified a bunch of repetitive test code.

Accomplishments

Trigger rule suggester: We created a trigger rule suggester that suggests links to users leaving feedback that matches existing rules.

Trigger rule suggester

Input: Trigger rule project Phase 1

Upgrade to Django 1.8: This took us a long time to work through because there were all kinds of things that needed to be fixed first. It's done now!

I wrote up a blog post summarizing all the things involved.

Input: Moving to Django 1.8

Lots of updates: We upgraded a lot of requirements to more recent versions of things. Further, we nixed a bunch that we weren't really using.

Summary

It was a decent quarter. Nothing special, but nothing worrying either.

Want to comment? Send an email to willkg at bluesock dot org. Include the url for the blog entry in your comment so I have some context as to what you're talking about.