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[Crucible Knowledge Base]
This page contains instructions on how to use the People tab in Crucible to see charts and activity from people with accounts on the system.
On this page:
To view statistics on People in Crucible, (that is, code authors, committers and reviewers) click the People tab at the top of the page.
The list of all people shows all users that have accounts on the system. By default, each user has a unique avatar that is randomly formed from the text in their email address. You can add your own avatar by uploading an image to an external service such as Gravatar, which Crucible supports. See Changing your User Profile.
Screenshot: List of all People in Crucible (when using FishEye with Crucible)
Click on a username to see a listing of activity for them as well as charts showing statistics for their activity.
The right hand pane displays a list of all activity for this user. You can:
The left hand pane displays charts around this activity, including:
Screenshot: The People Activity Screen in Crucible
Some users may not appear to have the correct number of Files Changed or LOC, despite regularly committing. In this situation, if they have committed to a directory which is not covered by the regexes in your symbolic definition (i.e. they have committed to a directory that is neither trunk, branches or tags) then that directory will be counted as part of trunk. Also note that creating tags and branches themselves does not count toward the totals.
To see information on a person's activity charted in detail, click the headings in the left-hand pane. Each heading will show more information on demand, when clicked. The information available and what it means is listed below.
The charts in this section are only available when using FishEye.
Screenshot: People Activity Charts in Crucible
Is there an easy way to view the total amount of time a user has spent on all code reviews for a given time period?
I was curious about the same statistic, how can I see how much time a person is reviewing?
It would be pointless. You can click on a code review time and change it manually. Besides, it wouldn't/shouldn't be accurate anyway since whoever is doing code reviews should have them opened up in the IDE and not just crucible meaning that they should have a lot more time than just what crucible says.