This number appears to be based on http://ipod.about.com/od/ipadmodelsandterms/f/ipad-sales-to-date.htm or some similar. Since it's posted on the intarweb, it must be true, so I won't bother to check the 67:1 figure.
I somehow suspect that fewer bugs would not improve this ratio. Another possibile method, of course, would be to *increase* the testing and bug reporting in launchpad. If we had 2 million bugs today, then the ratio would only be 33.5:1. With 130 million bugs, we would have completely turned the tide in our favor. Oh, and with more bugs (and hopefully bug fixing) the we might even help the quality improve as a nice side effect. Clearly the bug is all about ratios though, so first things first - more bugs, not less.

"Correlation does not imply causation"xkcd.com/552/

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This number appears to be based on http://ipod.about.com/od/ipadmodelsandterms/f/ipad-sales-to-date.htm or some similar. Since it's posted on the intarweb, it must be true, so I won't bother to check the 67:1 figure.

I somehow suspect that fewer bugs would not improve this ratio. Another possibile method, of course, would be to *increase* the testing and bug reporting in launchpad. If we had 2 million bugs today, then the ratio would only be 33.5:1. With 130 million bugs, we would have completely turned the tide in our favor. Oh, and with more bugs (and hopefully bug fixing) the we might even help the quality improve as a nice side effect. Clearly the bug is all about ratios though, so first things first - more bugs, not less.