Paid plans and an update on how people are using our little hosted style guide review service
In April, we announced Hound , a hosted service that comments on Ruby style guide violations in your GitHub pull requests. Since then, about 2,000 users have signed up for Hound. We have been hard at work across 127 commits making Hound faster and more reliable. Recently, Hound has been reviewing about 7,000 GitHub pull requests across about 300 GitHub repos each week. What people are telling us We have heard from users that their teams are quickly getting on board with Hound. By their nature, formatting issues are quick fixes. By its nature, Hound is in your face. So far, the combination seems effective for actually making positive change in the repo. Some people are treating Hound as CI in the sense of catching the final 5% of style issues they may have missed locally. These folks may even have RuboCop running locally in their text editor. Others rely more heavily on a “...