Graph the average code coverage of all of a group's projects
Problem to solve
As a development team lead, I want a single image to show the current code coverage and how it's trending over time, so I can quickly get the test coverage data that Dakota is asking for and get back to work.
From the epic: As a development team lead, I want a single page of code coverage data for my group's projects, so I can quickly get the test coverage data Dakota is asking for and get back to work.
- Ultimately Dakota wants one graph to tell the story that code coverage is increasing. This is that graph.
- This saves Delaney the step of creating the graph themselves after downloading the data.
- By default include all projects that belong to a group and have jobs with coverage data calculated.
- By default include just the value(s) from the default branch for each project
- We know that "average" of these is not a great number but by providing links into projects and other data within the projects Delaney and their team can make informed decisions. This is intended to provide a starting point for conversation.
Permissions and Security
Availability & Testing
What does success look like, and how can we measure that?
What is the type of buyer?
Dakota - The Application Development Director is the buyer for this feature.
This will be built for GitLab Premium