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Crash statistics for KWin

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KWin is one of those parts of the KDE workspace which receives crash parts for all parts of the stack. We see crashes in Plasma (kind of upstream to us), Qt and most likely in the graphics drivers and X itself. My subjective feeling was that we receive more for us useless crash reports than valid ones. So I just used the bugzilla search to get some numbers for the last year (August 1st, 2009 till today). As you should not trust any statistics you haven’t faked yourself, I used the search to set some more bugs to upstream, duplicate and so on Wink

Reported crashes: 330
Still open: 31
Fixed: 47
Set to duplicate:

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