When developing (or contributing due to reporting bugs) at public git repositories, one leaves traces of his activity with exact timestamps:
- git commit timestamps
- (at least at GitLab) timestamps of pushing
- time of creating a release/ tag
- times of responding to issues
This allows to gather data about developers (and a bit about the users) - when are they normally active, were there offline for a few weeks/ on holiday, … .
I found a solution/ built a helper tool (https://gitlab.com/l-jonas/private-commit) to reduce the first problem. However, I don’t see a solution for the other ones. Has anyone experiences related to that or ideas?