Percentage of team members involved in PR reviews. A high involvement percentage (>80%) is indicative of a self-sufficient team where majority of the team knows the code base. For teams with new members or a designated reviewer, the involvement metric would be lower.

Computation of the metric:

  1. PRs within specified project/team context gathered.
  2. Participation of each reviewer in PRs determined based on reviewer involvement, encompassing actions like commenting, approving, suggesting changes, or being listed as a reviewer.
  3. Reviewer involvement percentage calculated by dividing their participated PRs by total PRs within the defined set.

Dashboards where this metric is used:

  1. Review Collaboration

Use cases of this metric:

  1. This metric indicates work allocation - whether reviews are spread evenly across the engineering team or whether there are a select few who are inundated with reviews and others don't get the opportunity to do reviews