As part of our agile aims we would like to enforce agile One-to-One code Reviews in crucible rather than relying on the developer to instigate the review. Is this possible?
I started creating a new workflow to achieve this and was about to apply to an existing project but it prompted me to ensure an xml backup was taken first - just in case of issues. I guess this would be something.
So I guess my question is: Is there a simple option to enforce code reviews. If not then am I taking the best approach with a modified workflow and if so how do I get the XML backup performed?
A client of mine was facing a similar problem, code reviews needed to be performed and audited for compliance reasons.
We chose not to create reviews automatically because choosing reviewers and deciding which commits belong together is not feasible. (Assuming that's the workflow change you are considering.)
Instead I created a plugin to easily report on coverage per branch, which is checked for delivery milestones. It's called Flyover and is available on marketplace.atlassian.com.
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