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Re: GithubGraphs

Hi Martin,

this is cool! Do you compare the time when a PR opened with the time
it merged? Also are you using directly the github API or anothre
library? Gtihub API v3 or v4?

In Origin we have deployed a new CI system, which has been running for
some time in Kubernetes, that merges PRs based on a set of labels. It
would be nice to see Origin graphs from the past two months by taking
into account the time the "lgtm" label was added in a PR (I would be
surprised if we can't get that info from Github) and not the creation
of the PR, assuming that's what you are doing.

It's nice to see how the number of PRs older than 2 days has decreased
in the past two months :)

On Thu, Aug 31, 2017 at 2:39 PM, Martin Nečas <necas marty gmail com> wrote:
> Hello,
> My name is Martin Nečas and I'm high school student and Red Hat intern in
> Brno.
> http://martin.codingkwoon.com/
> This is my project in which you can compare how long does it take to merge
> pull requests per months.If you put there new repository, it will need be
> confirmed by admin of the site for security reasons.
> I would be glad if you could give me some feed back about the project.
> Screenshot: http://imgur.com/a/JyoAv
> Source code: https://github.com/ocasek/GithubGraphs
> Examples:
>   1) http://martin.codingkwoon.com/openshift/origin/
>   2) http://martin.codingkwoon.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/
>   3) http://martin.codingkwoon.com/openshift/openshift-ansible/
> With greetings,
> Martin Nečas
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