Twitter Updates for 2010-10-08

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Theme Review Weekly Stats: 03 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). I'm a few weeks behind, so I'll cover what I can of the past three weeks.

Here's how we've done over the week ending 02 October 2010:

Compared with last week:

  • The # of tickets closed decreased. (105 vs 161)
  • The review queue increased. (89 vs 69)
  • The oldest open ticket age (days) increased. (21 vs 19)
  • The average age of open tickets (days) increased. (7.77 vs 6.29)
  • The % of tickets closed as approved decreased. (20% vs 24%)
  • The # of reviewers decreased. (5 vs 7)

This Week:

  • # Tickets Opened: 82
  • # Tickets Closed: 105
    • # Suggest Approval/Approved: 16
    • # Not-Accepted: 64
    • # Newer-Version-Uploaded: 25
  • % Closed Tickets Approved: 20%

Open Tickets:

  • # Tickets Remaining Open: 89
    • # New: 85
    • # Assigned: 4
  • Oldest Open Ticket: 21 days
  • Average Age of Open Tickets: 7.77 days

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

  1. cais: 32
  2. chipbennett: 28
  3. Fingli: 12
  4. beckyTechy: 2
  5. pross: 1

Historical trend data are also available.


Here's how we've done over the week ending 26 September 2010:

Compared with last week:

  • The # of tickets closed increased. (161 vs 64)
  • The % of tickets closed as approved decreased. (24% vs 62%)
  • The # of reviewers decreased. (7 vs 9)

This Week:

  • # Tickets Opened: 81
  • # Tickets Closed: 161
    • # Suggest Approval/Approved: 28
    • # Not-Accepted: 87
    • # Newer-Version-Uploaded: 46
  • % Closed Tickets Approved: 24%

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

  1. cais: 53
  2. chipbennett: 32
  3. Fingli: 17
  4. beckyTechy: 2
  5. [email protected]: 1
  6. downstairsdev: 1
  7. pross: 1

Historical trend data are also available.


Here's how we've done over the week ending 19 September 2010:

Compared with last week:

  • The # of tickets closed decreased. (64 vs 75)
  • The % of tickets closed as approved increased. (62% vs 31%)
  • The # of reviewers decreased. (9 vs 12)

This Week:

  • # Tickets Opened: 90
  • # Tickets Closed: 64
    • # Suggest Approval/Approved: 28
    • # Not-Accepted: 17
    • # Newer-Version-Uploaded: 19
  • % Closed Tickets Approved: 62%

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

  1. fingli: 12
  2. [email protected]: 7
  3. cais: 6
  4. chipbennett: 5
  5. pross: 3
  6. Frumph: 2
  7. greenshady: 2
  8. beckyTechy: 1
  9. dronix: 1

Historical trend data are also available.

Twitter Updates for 2010-10-06

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  • @pwilson24 I looked all over for a link, but couldn't find one. I'll hit coveritlive directly from now on! in reply to pwilson24 #
  • @andrea_r happy early birthday to @fevered! 2 20-somethings is a good thing, right? (I'm just happy not to have 2 still in diapers at once!) in reply to andrea_r #
  • @pwilson24 no worries; I had a couple of questions (I think D played better than given credit for), but I'll save them for your Redux. in reply to pwilson24 #
  • S Melvin Bullitt is done for the year: being placed on IR w/broken shoulder. Tough loss, but the #Colts season isn't finished. Next man up! #
  • @bccohan nah, that one doesn't work. The average Dem voter doesn't have a clue what Danbury Baptist letter is, who sent it, or what it means in reply to bccohan #
  • @mamaswati we have a winner! (And clearly, you've been to St. Louis.) in reply to mamaswati #
  • @LovinBlue maybe so that @jpeezy25 doesn't have to return punts anymore, so we don't risk injury to more of our depleted secondary? in reply to LovinBlue #
  • @pwilson24 dollars to donuts Francisco was added for ST depth. That's where he excelled for us in the past. (Good pickup, too, IMHO!) in reply to pwilson24 #

Twitter Updates for 2010-10-05

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Twitter Updates for 2010-10-04

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  • @mattwiebe dude, you know we do actually *read* the PHP comments in Themes, right? #

Twitter Updates for 2010-10-03

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Twitter Updates for 2010-10-02

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