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I love Github's Network graph because it allows to see at a glance what are the trends of a Git repo, without having to clone that repo locally.

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PROBLEM: It only works for Github-hosted repos, as far as I know.

Is there a similar online tool that allows to see this kind of "Network graph" for any given Git repo?

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"trends" in this case would mean commits, branches and tags? –  Eight Days of Malaise Nov 19 '12 at 3:46
    
@EightDaysofMalaise: yes, recent ones. This graph is good at showing quickly what is currently happening in a repo. Much better than looking at the raw list of branches, list of commits, list of tags. –  nic Nov 19 '12 at 5:01
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mediawiki-core is mirrored on GitHub, so that should work for the first part of your question.

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More generally, I don't know of a service that will automatically show a network graph for any Git repository.

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I can't see the link with mediawiki-core –  pistache Nov 23 '12 at 8:04
    
Sometimes GitHub takes a while to generate network graphs - could that be the problem? If so, try reloading the page a second time after a minute or two. –  alexmuller Nov 23 '12 at 10:31
    
I meant I can't see the relation with mediawiki-core. Where did anyone mention this ? –  pistache Nov 26 '12 at 0:54
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