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Looking for a report of number of commits per developer in a time period

I would like to start tracking the number of commits per developer (with the theory that several smaller commits are better than one big one) but I can't find a way to get this out of BitBucket. 

Awesome Graphs looked promising but it is limited to 100 repos.  We are developing microservices with each microservice having its own repo so we have more than 100 repos.

Databox looked promising, but they cannot access team accounts.

BitBucket doesn't seem to have any built-in reporting or analytics.

I would be happy for any advice or ideas.

2 answers

Hi @Todd ,

I'm reaching out to inform you that we removed the 100 repositories limit from the Awesome Graphs app. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Kind regards,




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Daniil Penkin
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jan 06, 2020

Hello @Todd,

You're right, unfortunately there's no such feature in Bitbucket itself.

I can't tell for sure about existing third party apps, but you can definitely build an app just for this yourself, if you consider such option. Please refer to Bitbucket Connect guide for more details about this.

Basically, you can create an app which would get webhooks from Bitbucket about commits to the repositories under the account that app is installed for. It can then use the payload of that webhooks as well as make requests to Bitbucket API to gather all required information.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.


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