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Sep 14, 2012, 10:52 AM
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Diederik van Liere, 14/09/2012 19:18:
Re: [Analytics] Announcing initial version of gerrit-stats
> The Analytics Team is happy to announce the first version of
> gerrit-stats. Gerrit-stats keeps track of the backlog of codereview for
> Git individual repositories.
> 4) Will you add metrics for individual committers?
> Right now, the unit of analysis is a repository but it is definitely
> possible to keep track of codereview metrics for individuals. However,
> I would like to hear some use-cases first before embarking on this.
Is there a mediawiki.org page to propose/edit/discuss such use cases?
It would also be useful to copy this very helpful post there.
> 5) The chart looks to spikey, how can I have smoother lines?
> 1) Go to http://gerrit-stats.wmflabs.org/graphs/name_of_chart/edit
> 2) Click on 'Options'
> 3) Click on 'Advanced' (right side of screen)
> 4) Click on 'rollPeriod' (bottom of screen, yellow box)
> 5) This allows to create a moving average, so you can replace the 1 with
> 7 meaning that each datapoint is the average of the past 7 days. This
> option applies to both metrics but it really smooths out the outliers.
Just to be clear: I assume the l10n-bot is still included?
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