When I’m looking for microflows of a certain size, i’m doing this for either performance reasons or to check for maintainability(/readability). Thus, when I search for large microflows I’m interested in the actual activities in a microflow which could impact performance or maintainability.
It happens that I have some extra merges in the microflow to make it more readable. But with the current setup these merges are counted as activities and are ‘skewing’ the results of a large microflow.
I don’t think these should be counted as there is no performance drop since they don’t process or check anything nor are they impeding the maintainability/readability of my flow but instead are there to help it being more readable.
What do you guys think?