Debian Science Project
Bugs of task statistics
Total bugs: 41
Open bugs: 40
Fixed bugs: 1
Links to other tasks
Biology 9 (134)
Chemistry 73 (627)
Data acquisition 59 (329)
Data management 58 (465)
Devices 12 (93)
Economics 27 (172)
Engineering 71 (702)
Engineering-dev 60 (696)
Geography 91 (709)
Geometry 3 (18)
Linguistics 32 (255)
Logic 31 (213)
Machine learning 40 (382)
Mathematics 219 (1645)
Mathematics-dev 170 (1501)
Meteorology 87 (543)
Meteorology-dev 179 (793)
Nanoscale physics 308 (2272)
Physics 89 (888)
Physics-dev 28 (340)
Presentation 78 (624)
Psychophysics 4 (28)
Robotics 99 (369)
Robotics-dev 20 (135)
Simulations 28 (288)
Social 0 (0)
Statistics 40 (275)
Tools 10 (60)
Typesetting 270 (1863)
Viewing 299 (1886)
Viewing-dev 46 (416)
Workflow 33 (196)
critical 0 0
grave 1 0
serious 1 0
important 7 0
normal 10 3
minor 3 2
wishlist 13 0

Summary bugs page of task Statistics

Immediately looking into bugs of the dependencies of this task is advised (275)*

Open bugs in dependent packages

1 grave, 1 serious, 7 important, 10 normal, 3 minor, 13 wishlist
acepack (1) Homepage: Not maintained in Vcs Dirk Eddelbuettel
1007376 acepack: please consider upgrading to 3.0 source format bookworm, sid
874231 libapophenia2-dev is wrongly marked Multi-Arch: same
982869 datamash FTBFS on !x86 32bit: FAIL: tests/decorate-errors ftbfs, upstream
989166 Error: package or namespace load failed for ‘gtools’ bullseye, buster, sid
985898 /usr/bin/r: /usr/bin/r is not stripped
790327 openturns: FTBFS on mipsel "package requires more than 1GB RAM; do not build on mips/mipsel. Stop." ftbfs, patch, wontfix
790925 pandas: HDF I/O crashes on armhf - bus error
826095 python-pandas: please provide backport of pandas
877419 pandas: some I/O tests (hdf5, Stata) fail on non-x86 ftbfs
883050 python-pandas: Also auto-detect datetime data types by default
1017470 python3-pandas: Regression on upgrade from Buster to Bullseye: No data read from certain xlsx file
1018463 python-bayespy: build-depends on python3-nose or uses it for autopkgtest
702354 Useless (and possibly undefined) conversion from double to enum
710289 r-base-core: Partial upgrades from wheezy to jessie are broken
752609 r-base-dev: Please provide a method to run upstream unit tests at package build time
812544 r-base: FTBFS in a clean sid pbuilder enviromwent
861636 FTBFS when sources imported into git
862112 r-base-dev: Generate reproducible output independently of the build path patch, upstream
888399 r-base-core: [m68k] bogus "missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed" errors upstream
916773 r-base: CRAN packages fail to install.
928653 r-base: change R_LIBS_USER default location
982465 r-base: dyn.load not useful for system libraries
1034683 r-base: new upstream release unintentionally uploaded to unstable
1036308 r-base: R CMD check --as-cran fails for packages with math in help files
1007577 r-cran-mvnormtest: please consider upgrading to 3.0 source format bookworm, sid
737691 r-cran-rms: inadequately versioned build-depends on r-cran-survival
1007456 r-cran-timedate: please consider upgrading to 3.0 source format bookworm, sid
689693 Non-standard main in configure causing failure with strict compilers
806957 should use packaged suitesparse instead of convenience copy
628419 [INTL:da] Danish translation of r-rodbc l10n, patch
628423 [INTL:da] Danish translation of rodbc l10n, patch
1020561 python3-scipy: Scipy upgrade requires c++ compiler
576914 r-cran-sm: [INTL:de] German translation l10n, patch, upstream
962712 please add support for x13as
968210 may crash or give wrong answer on armel and mips64el

Open bugs in suggested packages

3 normal, 2 minor
1030327 science-numericalcomputation: please stop recommending python3-theano as it is being removed
1032638 please drop transitional package science-electronics from src:debian-science
877534 many embedded code copies
1024828 might cause one test of r-cran-lexrankr on i386 architecture fail bookworm, sid, upstream
1013826 libtamuanova-dev: Please remove dependency on install-info

Done bugs

1001789 r-cran-gplots: package 'gplots' was installed before R 4.0.0: please re-install it
*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: Tue, 06 Jun 2023 16:54:02 -0000