I'm the creator of a deployment tool called WP Pusher, that can install a WordPress theme or plugin from Bitbucket. During the installation, it will setup a webhook on Bitbucket in order to perform an update on every push.
However, some of my customers are reporting that webhooks randomly go into an inactive state on Bitbucket. WP Pusher doesn't touch the webhooks after they are created and this happens for webhooks they create manually again.
What could make a webhook go inactive, so that they need to manually re-activate it?
Any inputs are appreciated!
Thanks a lot!
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