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I know you store activities, so tracking anonymous metrics is not ideal in your data model but hear me out: There is no good solution at all anywhere on the web to easily track and analyze: - GH downloads - GH traffic stats - GH registry image pulls - Docker Hub image pulls And I bet people would pay for someone to scrape these metrics, store them and make them analyzable. Because unlike GH stars, these metrics show real project signals and adoption. I think these metrics would be very powerful on your reports combined with other user-focused metrics.

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  • GE

    I know you store activities, so tracking anonymous metrics is not ideal in your data model but hear me out: There is no good solution at all anywhere on the web to easily track and analyze:

    • GH downloads
    • GH traffic stats
    • GH registry image pulls
    • Docker Hub image pulls

    And I bet people would pay for someone to scrape these metrics, store them and make them analyzable. Because unlike GH stars, these metrics show real project signals and adoption. I think these metrics would be very powerful on your reports combined with other user-focused metrics.

  • RE

    I agree this would be amazing for OSS companies. You suggested this in our onboarding call, and I did a little investigation (summarized here: https://github.com/CrowdDotDev/crowd.dev/issues/333). Having it for the Reports sections should not be too disruptive to our data model.

  • GE

    Very cool! Can't wait to see this become a feature

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