[openstack-dev] [metrics] what answers do you expect from counting comments? (was Re: Please stop reviewing code while asking questions)
amrith at tesora.com
Fri Apr 24 19:18:40 UTC 2015
But I thought we set out to solve the problem of questions with -1's. That problem would be solved ;)
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| On 04/24/2015 11:50 AM, Amrith Kumar wrote:
| > I'm not interested in these numbers, personally (well, other than the
| > usual fishing stories at summit after umpteen beers; I did 14
| > bazillion reviews in Kilo, how many did you do?).
| > My concern (earlier in the thread) is that there is a metric. Once
| > there's a metric someone attempts to use it to measure performance.
| > And once someone uses a metric to measure performance, it influences
| > behavior.
| > If I propose that a +0 should now get counted, given how overloaded
| > the CI is, I don't want the system to get abused by wanton 'recheck's
| > which start to count towards performance.
| Be careful what you wish for; you just might get it... :)
| If people are going to game the system, changing a rule here or there
| won't stop them. Now if +0 are counted, what's to stop someone from adding
| +0s to every review? It won't affect the flow, and damn, they'll get to 14
| bazillion reviews without breaking a sweat!
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