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Bugs of task psychology
Total bugs: 9
Open bugs: 6
Fixed bugs: 3
Links to other tasks
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Oncology 1 (15)
Pharmacology 1 (9)
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Practice 2 (9)
Psychology 6 (63)
Research 0 (0)
Statistics 2 (6)
Tools 34 (204)
Typesetting 95 (523)
critical 0 0
grave 0 0
serious 1 0
important 0 1
normal 3 0
minor 0 1
wishlist 0 0

Summary bugs page of task Psychology

Looking into bugs of this task is recommended*

Open bugs in dependent packages

1 serious, 3 normal
848933 psignifit: diff for NMU version 2.5.6-3.1 patch, pending
730810 psychopy: Movie support suboptimal
829424 psychopy: ioHub uses inappropriate PID file location
840377 pyepl: Please remove build dependency on jade sid, stretch

Open bugs in suggested packages

1 important, 1 minor
772407 science-config: bashism in /bin/sh script
796771 science-geography: Depends on no longer built qgis-plugin-grass

Done bugs

859343 praat: Chinese characters not displaying in text annotations fixed-upstream, l10n, upstream
860051 praat: Crashes on any attempt to run moreinfo, unreproducible
641554 package ftbfs with ls --as-needed patch
*To estimate the overall status of the packages in the dependencies of a metapackage a weighted severity is calculated. Done bugs are ignored and bugs in dependent and recommended packages are weighted by factor three compared to suggested packages. Release critical bugs have a much larger weight than important, while the contribution of normal bugs is even smaller and minor bugs have a very small weight. Wishlist bugs are ignored in this calculation. The resulting sum is compared to some boundaries to find a verbal form. The actual numbers need some adjustment to make real sense - this evaluation method is in testing phase.
The severities of bugs are weighted as follows:
Last update: Mon, 29 May 2017 06:20:20 -0000