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Code Reviews Per Repository

Code Reviews are invitations to share knowledge amongst the team and give feedback. This latest chart allows you to understand where code is being reviewed and where it’s not yet. We do this by breaking down repositories in reviewed and not reviewed Pull Requests. We also provide you with a top level metric of “Pull Requests Reviewed (%)” which you can use to set internal goals...

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Distribution Charts & Code Bypassing Pull Requests

Hot on the announcement of 4 new charts earlier this week we bring 2 new updates today. We got valuable feedback from our users that while their Cycle Time across each stage is useful to quickly spot where the bottlenecks in their Software Delivery Pipeline are, it often prompts the question: How do I know if my Average Cycle Time isn’t dominated by outliers? In the coming months...

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More PR insights with 5 new charts!

You spoke, we listened! We’re releasing 5 new charts related PR size and activity. Pull Request Size Insights Small PRs, released often are the corner stone of high performance engineering teams. Till date we gave you insight into your avg. PR size and the ability to order your Pull Requests on size in the table. From our conversations with our users we learned that you’d like to be...

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Excluding PRs, 5x performance, stage badges and a new volume chart

Excluding stalled pull requests Stalled pull requests are PRs that have had no activity for a long period of time. For many organizations using Athenian their product experience was biased by seeing their backlog of stalled pull requests included in the charts, pull requests section and stage metrics. These PRs take up your attention when most of the time, they don’t really influence the current...

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Updated, more useful contributor filter

Today we released an important update that changes the behavior of the contributor filter. Before, if you had a contributor selected, the metrics would be calculated over all of the pull requests they were involved in. No matter if they were a reviewer, merger or author. Now when you filter on contributors, it will only include pull requests (and calculate their metrics) from which they are an...

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Added Contributor Teams!

It’s finally here! You’re now able to define your teams in Settings and filter on them using the contributor filter. Important to know: Any user is allowed to create, edit and delete teamsOne contributor can be part of multiple teamsAnyone who is not a member of a team will be shown as “Other” in the contributor filter Pro-tips: Create a team for your bots, allowing you to...

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Launched Release Settings

We have released ‘release settings’ allowing you to customize what “released” means for each repository. There are 3 modes you can pick from: AutomaticBranchTag Automatic Athenian will detect if any tags were present during the time period you selected and if they are, will set the repository release strategy to “when a new tag is published”. If they are not, it will use the repositories default...