> since we opened the question of the most buggy applications I would
> to introduce you the Fedora crash statistics generated from ABRT
> reports. It actually doesn't show the most buggy applications, but
> number of crashes per application encountered by users in some period
> The goal of this project is to help developers to prioritize their
> so the most "popular" bugs gets the proper attention.
As an example, this has 3000 counted crashes (just 1500 on the overview page, maybe a
but the bugzilla itself has just 22 people CC'd.
Even worse for this one:
3000 counted crashes, but 11 people CC'd.
Are you going to let bugzilla maintainers know somehow? I would assume that once the
crash count surpasses a certain threshold, you could add a comment to the bugzilla
"This has crashed for 100 users, see [FAF URL] for details."
"This has crashed for 1000 users, see [FAF URL] for details."
"This has crashed for 10000 users, see [FAF URL] for details."
Honestly, if you don't inform the bugzilla maintainers somehow, most of them will
never learn of FAF.