Accessing basic repository data

You can view basic information about a repository, such as the repository's activity, traffic, and contribution activity.

  • About repository graphs

    Repository graphs help you view and analyze data for your repository.

  • Viewing a summary of repository activity

    You can view an overview of a repository's activity through Pulse. Pulse includes a list of open and merged pull requests, open and closed issues, and a graph showing the commit activity for the top 15 users who committed to the default branch of the project in the selected time period.

  • Viewing a project's contributors

    You can see who contributed commits to a repository and its dependencies.

  • Viewing traffic to a repository

    Anyone with push access to a repository can view its traffic, including full clones (not fetches), visitors from the past 14 days, referring sites, and popular content in the traffic graph.

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