Don't know,

but if you filter on all bugs, then do csv export, you would already have a lot of data to play with.

Benny

2008/1/24, James G. Sack (jim) < jgsack@san.rr.com>:
Benny Malengier wrote:
> Hi,
>
> this mail to let you know that Trevor activated the graph module of the
> mantis bug tracker.
> Developers should see a summary link and the possibility to see trends about
> bugs with graphs.
>
> See eg: http://bugs.gramps-project.org/summary_jpgraph_page.php to gloat
> about the amount of bugs I fixed already ;-)
>
> I also asked Trevor to activate target releases so we can use the roadmap
> feature of mantis. Let's hope he has the time to figure that out too! See eg
> http://www.mantisbt.org/bugs/roadmap_page.php
> I think that would be interesting to keep track of what would still need to
> be done before 3.0

Neat!

A related question: I know there are reports, and a csv-export on the
view-issues page, but I wonder if the entire database might be available
for downloading to allow playing around with custom queries.

Regards,
..jim

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