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I want to use Bitbucket in a high integrity software project. The respective norms require me to collect statistical data for the code reviews conducted. Most important of all: the number of discrepancies reported in each individual review. Is there an easy way to collect this metric? I could imagine writing a tool that parses the web pages of all pull requests. That should not be to hard to program. However, if there is a more elegant way of doing it, I would prefer that.
Another metric that is requested by IEEE 1028 is to distinguish major from minor findings. Is there a way to for a classification of the severeness of each discrepancy?