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All repo commit activity report?


Hi all, I'm trying to get a commit activity report for the last 12 months across all the repo's in our bitbucket (cloud) workspace. I've installed Awesome Graphs and that works against individual repo's but not against all repos in the workspace, I contacted Stiltsoft but they said it's a known issue. 

Is anyone aware of any other way I can get a view of all repo commit activity, surprised that's not data that isn't readily available?


Many thanks  

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Theodora Boudale
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Feb 15, 2023

Hi @Nigel Craven and welcome to the community!

There is no built-in feature in Bitbucket Cloud that provides such reports. With regards to the Awesome Graphs add-on, I'm a bit confused by Stiltsoft's reply, because when I install the add-on in one of my workspaces, there is an option 'Graphs' on the left sidebar:

Screenshot 2023-02-15 at 11.00.30.png

This seems to show commit activity for all repos in my workspace. Do you see this option in your workspace?

Kind regards,

Hi Theodora, yes the Graphs option is there for me. But for our workspace (about 3600 repo's) then it simply times out when I select the graphs option. Stiltsoft replied saying "The requests take more than 29 seconds if we need to check the repositories permissions for a user" and hence it timesout. 

It works fine at an individual repo level, but at the base workspace that many repo's is too much for it to handle before timeout. 

It's an overall view of activity across all repo's I'm trying to get :-(


Thanks Nigel

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