Cross posting from the github issue on this:
Hey peeps! We forgot to follow up on this one. We haven’t actually implemented it, but what we’ve done is something better & definitively cooler that provides some key activity metrics per month from the server you’re an admin at:
(from our internal testing server - don’t ask me how a six people team has 70 accounts registered. I think I might’ve run the user tests against our server by accident once or twice )
What you see is some key stats - total number of users, streams, commits and objects. We’ve also included historical data on said metrics which can help you identify nicely how active your server is by actually seeing how many streams, commits and objects are created each month.
We’re looking into expanding these stats slowly - MAUs is a priority (going by unique users that created commits within one month?).
There’s an api endpoint for this, of course - so you can basically request the data behind @AlanRynne’s fancy graphs and plop it wherever you want to!
For this, you will need a personal access token generated by an admin user that includes the
Alternatively, just have an admin log in to the
/explorer and you’re good to go for executing that query.
I’m going to close this issue for now; the activity stream is almost backend ready, and @cristi8’s wrapping up webhooks too, so all the rest will be unblocked in good time. I should probably cross-post this to the forum too