This code, viewable version on http://pgjones.github.io/push-pull/, is for the third annual Github data challenge. It will plot statistics for the lifetimes of pull requests (or issues) for various users and as a function of commits, changes etc...
Pull requests live whilst they are reviewed, but what defines their lifetime. I've presumed it is either a property of the reviewer, the author, or the pull request itself. The project collates pull request data for a repository and displays the lifetimes. The lifetimes are also shown as a function of the author, the reviewer, commits, changes, comments and github number (project lifetime). What causes your pull requests to live for a long time, is it any of these? For me... I seem to be the problem, the median lifetime is 1 week on average and 1 month for my pull requests :(.
- The pull requests/issues shown can be selected by lifetime, author or reviewer by selecting a lifetime, author, or reviewer.
- The plots can be enlarged by double clicking.
See LICENSE.txt, in summary this software is licensed under the MIT license.