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Re: [eclipse-dev] Bug Tossing Graphs
- From: Sung Kim <hunkim@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009 00:39:37 +0800
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Thanks a lot for your comment. We are collecting new bug report data
and generating a tossing graph. As you suggested, I created a Wiki
page for further discussion and comments:
I look forward to your comments on the Wiki page.
On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 5:39 PM, Oberhuber, Martin
> Sung Kim,
> could you please specify and alternate public return channel for
> follow-up questions and discussions. Not all thousands of mailing
> list subscribers will be interested in this (and it's a moderated
> mailing list), so you should have a channel where interested
> parties can "opt-in".
> This could be a wiki page of yours, a different newsgroup or mailing
> list, or a bugzilla bug.
> The number 1 item I'm missing from your "research" is exact data
> such as the time window from which you took the bug tossing events.
> From a superficial look, some of the developers you have on the
> charts have retired, and many of your tossing events might actually
> be those retired developers giving up on all of their bugs - you
> might, for instance, take a closer look on whether many of the
> bug transitions from "sluiman" and "douglas.pollock" happened to
> be on the same day, which would indicate a single day getting rid
> of all their assigned ones.
> Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
> Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: eclipse-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
>> [mailto:eclipse-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Sung Kim
>> Sent: Sonntag, 01. März 2009 10:54
>> To: eclipse-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
>> Cc: Gaeul Jeong; Tom Zimmermann
>> Subject: [eclipse-dev] Bug Tossing Graphs
>> Dear Eclipse developers,
>> This is Sung Kim, a software engineering researcher at Hong Kong
>> University of Science and Technology. Recently we analyzed bug
>> assignment process by mining Eclipse bug reports. We found that many
>> bug tossing events, bug reports are assigned developers and the
>> developers toss the bug reports to other developers. Based on the bug
>> tossing information, we develop a Markov model which captures bug
>> tossing history to help bug assignment process. Please find the
>> attached sample bug tossing graph. (Perhaps you need to zoom-in to see
>> the details.)
>> Each node in the graph indicates a developer and edges indicate
>> tossing and fixing relationship. For example, among all bugs assigned
>> to Mddumn, 34% of them are tossed to and fixed by Jerome.Bozier (if
>> they are not fixed by Mddumn). The size of nodes indicates the sum of
>> incoming edges. The bigger nodes get more bugs from other developers.
>> For example, Darin Wright gets many bugs from others.
>> We believe this graph can help (1) discover developer structures, and
>> (2) bug assignment process. For example, the clusters in the graph
>> show developer groups. This graph might be used as a cheat sheet to
>> assign or toss bugs to other developers. For example, if you are
>> considering tossing a bug to Chanskw, you might want to CC the bug to
>> Darin Wright as well.
>> We'd like to get some feedback from you, since you are actively
>> assigning, tossing, and fixing bugs. Please let us know what you think
>> of this graph. What do you like/hate about this graph? Do you think it
>> might be useful? Are there any other possible usages of this graph?
>> Any comments are welcome. Based on your comments we will adjust our
>> research direction.
>> Best Regards,
>> Sung Kim