The percentage of opened Pull Requests closed that are successfully merged. 

Why it matters: The number of pull requests that went through the process without being discarded (closed without merging) is one measure of the efficiency of your process. A low or declining Pull Request Success Rate represents high or increasing waste.

How to use it: If your Pull Requests Success rate is low or decreasing, take a look at specific, unsuccessful, closed PRs to identify patterns. Common reasons for a low success rate include changing requirements, unclear technical direction, or implementation challenges.

note: this metric's calculations do not include open or
abandoned PRs

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