In practice, we make many small, single-focus commits which are individually pushed up to a single Pull Request. It may take days before the Pull Request is ready to be approved and merged. In order to avoid being overwhelmed by a mass of commits at the end, someone on the team periodically goes through the latest commits, and reviews and approves them. Spreading out the work like this works for us.
Unfortunately, each approval sends an email notification to the committer. The email can be filtered out from their mail, but it would be much better if it were possible to simply keep it from being sent. Is it possible to keep Bitbucket from generating an email notification when a commit has been approved?
Hi everyone, We are looking to learn more about development teams’ workflows and pain points, especially around DevOps, integrations, administration, scale, security, and the related challeng...
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