I just migrated an SVN to Git, by creating a user mapping, howver when I push that repo to stash I can't click on a user's name to see all their commits. Also when I push new commits for newly created repos I also can't click on a user's name. Is there a feature or something I need to configure so that I can associate a user with their commits. I want to be able to click on a user and see all their commits.
Unfortunately we don't (yet) link an author of a commit to a real Stash user (there may be no relation). You might be interested in the following feature request - and if so please add your vote:
Somewhat more complicated is the ability to view commits from a particular user:
While this is far from optimal, at least in the short term you can use the awesome power of Git to query this information locally:
git log --author=Someone --after="2 weeks ago" --name-status
Not sure if that's any help or not?
Ok so we can pay for an awesome graph add-on otherwise there's apprently no way to see the activity of a bitbucket user among all the repositories?
I'm a bit surprised this has not been achieved since 2013 considering it seems to be a straight forward feature on github: you go to a user profile and you see what's his recent activity among any repositories.
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