First it tells your users how buggy the package is, or has been, depending on how you interpret this it could be a good or bad thing
TJ Holowaychuk

This doesn’t sound right to me. For example, you fixed 1000 bugs since version 1.0.0 and your software looks stable now at version 6.724.1000. However new users might think that this is not a reliable software because it had sooo many bugs.

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