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On bitbucket.org, there's an overview page for each repo. On that page is a dashboard that shows how many times that repo has been forked and who it is that forked the repo.
I can't seem to find the same functionality on Bitbucket server, which makes it difficult for me to see if one of my developers has started work, is following process, etc. (we're multi-national, so asking the guy is not the fastest way to find out).
How do I see who has forked a repository in Bitbucket server?
There is a plugin on the marketplace that you can install that shows all the forks called Fork List.
You still need to select each project and then click the forks link for that project to see the list of forks and their owners.
Another plugin, Activity Streams for Stash will provide an RSS feed and within Stash display all the activity for a repository, project or globally. You could monitor this stream for fork creation events.
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