I have a couple repos where I would like to track the number of people who is using my repo.
Tracking forks on bitbucket is fine, but for some of my repos, read-only usage is more common, and those people will just clone my repo locally, and occationally pull updates.
I would like some sort of tracking to see when people clone, and when they pull. It could be in the form of a graph for instance.
Morten, i think technically this is not possible since you want to track people who just taking read only copies of your application. But yes if you have access to the remote repository server then it might be possible by going through the server logs or other ways.
Say you have git lab instead of bit bucket for managing remote repositories, in that case you have control of the server so you can easily get a log of what you want.
hope this helps.
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