Yes, I do, and your estimate sounds about right.
For whatever it’s worth, you and Steve Middleton combined account for about 30% of all Panorama crashes.
Panorama 6 did not report crashes, the programming language it used had no ability to do that. I was quite excited about the ability to get detailed crash reports with Objective-C. Unfortunately, the results have been disappointed. Though crash reports appear to contain a lot of detail, most of them aren’t helpful at diagnosing problems. It’s kind of like getting a detailed layout of the arrangement of the deck chairs on the Titanic and trying to deduce the size, shape and path of the iceberg. I spent a lot of effort building the system that collects, transmits, receives and analyzes these reports, and there have been some significant bugs that have been eliminated. But it’s almost never possible to track down a bug from a single report.
If you ever encounter a reliable way to cause a crash, one that I can repeat while running under the Xcode debugger, that’s always the most helpful clue to fixing a problem. That’s far more useful than a crash report, but unfortunately of course there is no reliable way to repeat.
When I get an automated offer to report a crash, does that report go to you or to Apple? My recollection is that it’s Apple.
It goes to Apple.