Theme Review Weekly Stats: 17 Oct 10

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Each week, I publish various statistics to measure the Theme Review process for Themes submitted for inclusion in the Official WordPress.org Theme Repository (any inaccuracies are due to manual counting).

Here's how we've done over the week ending 16 October 2010:

Compared with last week:

  • The # of tickets closed increased. (176 vs 124)
  • The review queue decreased. (32 vs 72)
  • The oldest open ticket age (days) decreased. (9 vs 25)
  • The average time to close tickets (days) decreased. (2.6 vs 11.7)
  • The average age of open tickets (days) decreased. (6.8 vs 8.0)
  • The % of tickets closed as approved maintained. (22% vs 22%)
  • The # of reviewers maintained. (10 vs 10)

This Week:

  • # Tickets Opened: 132
  • # Tickets Closed: 176
    • # Approved: 34
    • # Not-Approved: 123
    • # Newer-Version-Uploaded: 19
  • % Closed Tickets Approved: 22%

Open Tickets:

  • # Tickets Open: 32
    • # New: 28
    • # Assigned: 4
  • Oldest: 9 days
  • Average Age: 6.8 days

This Week's Top Reviewers (# Tickets Closed):

  1. chipbennett: 108
  2. Fingli: 18
  3. jeremyclark13: 12
  4. cais: 8
  5. [email protected]: 8
  6. emhr: 6
  7. croakingtoad: 4
  8. pross: 3
  9. greenshady: 3
  10. beckyTechy: 1

Historical trend charts have been updated.

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  • @carlhancock no need to be rude about it... in reply to carlhancock #
  • Theme Review Weekly Stats: 10 Oct 10: http://bit.ly/crccaD #WordPress #
  • Who are these guys playing on the left side of our line? They are blocking GREAT today, and Addai is running like a beast! Go #Colts #
  • @LovinBlue why not? Because their offense isn't scary? No need to give them short fields. in reply to LovinBlue #
  • @rpdtweet you're first on my list, but Sundays are my off day - so no promises of any progress today. in reply to rpdtweet #
  • @Shake1n1bake no disagreement there! in reply to Shake1n1bake #
  • @LovinBlue whoops! 🙂 Missed that. in reply to LovinBlue #
  • Turnover on downs! Great job, #Colts Defense! Wheeler nearly picks it off in the end zone, atoning for his lack of containment on the drive #
  • Garcon shows nice hands on Manning's first look to him today. Sets up 3rd and 2 to start the second quarter. Go #Colts #
  • Some idiots are never happy. How do you complain the #Colts offense only got 55yds in the1st qtr, when their 1st drive started on 37yd line? #
  • @Shake1n1bake except when he drops them. (But he's playing lights-out today, so we'll give him a pass on that one.) in reply to Shake1n1bake #
  • I'm not loving the #Colts #039; goal-to-go play-calling so far today. C'mon, guys, let's get six here! #
  • Prepare for the Apocalypse. Dwight Freeney FINALLY drew an offensive holding call. #Go Colts! #
  • @JohnOehser I'm more worried by the ugly, conservative play-calling at mid-field when we've proven we can move against their D. in reply to JohnOehser #
  • @LovinBlue fortunately, the Chiefs aren't the Pats, and the Colts aren't the Fins. Never fear. 😉 in reply to LovinBlue #
  • I'm officially off the Kelvin Hayden bandwagon. He's *killing* us. Go #Colts #
  • @Shake1n1bake forget that; hypnotize him and tell him we're still playing the Bears in the rain in Miami. in reply to Shake1n1bake #
  • @LovinBlue why does Manning keep checking off to the run on and-short plays against one of the worst passing-defense teams in the league? in reply to LovinBlue #
  • That was an AWESOME three-and-out for our Defense to start the second half. Go #Colts #
  • Garcon with another nice catch. He brought his hands to the game today. Go #Colts #
  • Reggie Wayne is an ANIMAL. #thatisall Go #Colts #
  • Too close for comfort, there Vinatieri - but we'll take the 3. #Colts up 12-9. C'mon, Defense. One more stop! #
  • @andreasnrb thanks, man! I appreciate you pointing those out! in reply to andreasnrb #
  • @rpdtweet I appreciate you understanding. I rarely get to watch my team on TV - and after 60 Theme tickets closed last week, I need a break! in reply to rpdtweet #
  • TOUCHDOWN, Mike Hart!!!!!!! The kid plays true to his name! Colts about to lead by 10. Go #Colts #
  • And with that missed FG, the #Colts win! Whew! 19-9. An ugly win is still a win! #

Theme Review Weekly Stats: 10 Oct 10

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Each week, I publish various statistics to measure the Theme Review process for Themes submitted for inclusion in the Official WordPress.org Theme Repository (any inaccuracies are due to manual counting).

Here's how we've done over the week ending 09 October 2010:

Compared with last week:

  • The # of tickets closed increased. (124 vs 105)
  • The review queue decreased. (72 vs 89)
  • The oldest open ticket age (days) increased. (25 vs 21)
  • The average age of open tickets (days) increased. (7.95 vs 7.77)
  • The % of tickets closed as approved increased. (22% vs 20%)
  • The # of reviewers increased. (10 vs 5)

This Week:

  • # Tickets Opened: 76
  • # Tickets Closed: 124
    • # Approved: 23
    • # Not-Approved: 80
    • # Newer-Version-Uploaded: 21
  • % Closed Tickets Approved: 22%

Open Tickets:

  • # Tickets Open: 72
    • # New: 64
    • # Assigned: 8
  • Oldest: 25 days
  • Average Age: 7.95 days

This Week's Top Reviewers (# Tickets Closed):

  1. chipbennett: 60
  2. [email protected]: 19
  3. cais: 15
  4. Fingli: 7
  5. pross: 6
  6. beckyTechy: 3
  7. Frumph: 1
  8. downstairsdev: 1
  9. jeremyclark13: 1
  10. SpencerFinnell: 1

Historical trend charts have been updated.

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Announcing the Oenology Theme for WordPress

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Today I announce the public release of my first WordPress Theme: Oenology.

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What's In A Name?

Oenology is the study of all aspects of wine-making. Much like wine-making, WordPress Theme development is both a science and an art. Much like wine-making, WordPress Theme development is the result of a fermentation process that transforms something simple into something beautiful and complex. Much like wine-making, WordPress Theme development involves an understanding of both the "indoor" (the back-end data management) and the "outdoor" (website design) elements of the process. Much like a fine wine, a great WordPress Theme is often the result of years of study by a passionate developer.

Oenology doesn't purport to be a fine wine or even a great WordPress Theme. Rather, Oenology is designed to help others learn the art and science of WordPress Theme development. Consider Oenology as the fertile soil from which your own enjoyment and passion for WordPress Theme development can grow.

Description

Oenology is designed to be a simple, minimalist, yet feature-complete and fully documented Theme intended to serve as a base for child Themes and as an educational reference for Theme development using WordPress functions, action/filter hooks, and template tags. The Theme includes built-in breadcrumb navigation, and supports Navigation Menus, Post Thumbnails, Custom Backgrounds, Custom Image Headers, and Custom Editor Style. The Theme includes plug-and-play support for the WP-Paginate and Yoast Breadcrumbs plugins.

Support

More information is available at the official Theme site, and at the wordpress.org Theme Repository. For the time being, please use the wordpress.org Support Forums for support questions and feature requests.

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