Subject: Re: [boost] Tools to manage multiple repositories effectively?
From: Olaf van der Spek (ml_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-08-21 09:57:49
On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 10:52 PM, James E. King III via Boost
> Hello, I am looking for tools that would allow me to create a portal and/or
> monitor the following properties of boost repositories. I am in the CMT
> and at least one fix that was in develop never made it into master for the
> 1.68.0 release, so I want to be able to see, at a glance, information about
> the boost repositories I care about in one place. There are about 20
> repositories I regularly participate in now so a portal to show what I need
> to worry about would be useful.
Are all repos @github?
> 1. How far behind is master (with respect to develop)?
Does the master / develop split make sense at all?
> This would help identify which repositories are behind develop. Useful for
> ensuring things get into a release.
> 2. How many open pull requests?
> 3. How many new pull requests (within the last week)?
> 4. How many updated pull requests (within the last week)?
> 5. How many open issues?
> 6. How many new issues (within the last week)?
> 7. How many updated issues (within the last week)?
> "week" could be configured, perhaps month, or "since I last visited".
> Anybody know of any good tools or perhaps an existing site that can do this
> for a multi-repository solution?
I'm not aware of something, but doesn't github provide views for all
repos you have access to?
If not, a feature request to them might make sense.
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