One feature I would like to see in Crucible is a maximum code review age. Currently you can set a duration but the review remains open until the author manually closes or abandons it. Some of our authors just forget to do that and so stale reviews pile up.
In agile development there's almost never a valid reason to leave a single code review open longer than one sprint (typically 7 – 21 days). After the maximum age has passed, Crucible should notify the author and then eventually automatically abandon the review.
Would that be a useful improvement? What's the best way to suggest that to the product managers?
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