How to see all my commits for all time

Hi

I would like to see a commit from last year. Unfortunately the repositories have been changed and moved around. I'm hoping to see a list of all commits I've ever done. Then hopefully I can find the repository I need in from that list of commits.

Is this at all possible?

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Unfortunately, there is no tool for this. There is a Find Repository option on the top-right of the main page, but it only searches by repo name.

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Hi Adrian,

You can see the list of all commits and pull requests you made over the last year in the Contribution Activity Stream available in our add-on Awesome Graphs.

Katerina Kolina

Business Analyst with StiltSoft

email: kkolina@stiltsoft.com

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