Feed with all commits of a user

Hi,

I want to monitor all commits of a user over multiple repositories inside fisheye. We are using version 3.1.4.

Is that possible?

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Jeff Thomas Atlassian Team Jan 29, 2014

If you go to a users page, you should see a list of their activity with a button to show only Commits. In the upper right corner, click on Tools then select RSS Feed. That will give you an RSS feed of that user's commits.

I'm on v3.2.3, but I believe this has been in Fisheye for several versions.

Thanks!

Unfortunatly, the user I want to monitor is not itself registered as a fisheye user, but one allowed to commit to our repository. But I guess, I need to add him, in order to see his actions.

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