ZF2 issue report (2013-10-31)

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ZF2 issue report (2013-10-31)

ThaDafinser
Hello together,

last report was: 2013-08-22 (~ 69 days)

the numbers:
- 411 issues are open / 4978 are closed (323 closed since last report)
- 76 PR are open
- 66 issues are +10 months old
- 183 issues are older than 6 months (including 10 months old issues)
- 53 issues were not updated for minimum 6 months

335 issues in total, when excluding the PRs (again slowly increasing, last time was 308)

The open PR number was nearly doubled, but ~20 PRs are targeted for ZF3

In average 4-5 issues are closed per day.


Best regards
Martin / ThaDafinser

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Martin Keckeis <[hidden email]>
Date: 2013/8/22
Subject: ZF2 issue report (2013-08-22) - result for Zend\Db
To: Zend Framework Contributors <[hidden email]>


Hello together,

last report was: 2013-08-02 (~ 20 days)

first the numbers:
- 347 issues are open / 4655 are closed (75 closed since last report)
- 39 PR are open
- 49 issues are +10 months old
- 122 issues are older than 6 months (including 10 months old issues)
- 66 issues were not updated for minimum 6 months

When looking at the open issues, the number is growing slowly and looks fine.
Started with 336 then 343 and now 347 (when removing PRs,  308 issues are open)

A big PLUS is now that new issues are not labeled (thanks to the person who do this now).


Last time i included a Exception + DateTime report, this time i show some Zend\Db insights.

The Zend\Db extension is the biggest part of open issues and feature requests at all.
When search for Zend\Db in the issues list, you will find a result of ~65
(the number is not exactly, because of the search method)

So about 19% of all problems, requests and PRs are related to Zend\Db!
The number sounds high, but it's surely also the heaviest component in ZF2 and many issues are requests for new features.

When going through the list and looking what requests are in, I feel like that most people want an ORM like Doctrine, if they use Zend\Db.

Best regards
Martin Keckeis