New Process for GraphQL Schema Requests

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#1

Hi All!

We had previously asked for schema requests here in a single thread.

Over time and quite predictably, that’s become harder to manage. Additionally, more complex discussions about schema requests or existing schema were often lost or difficult to follow in the larger thread.

As a result, we’re changing how we’d like to receive this type of feedback from the community to make sure we don’t miss anything. Going forward, just create a new topic for your schema request and tag your new topic with schema-request for increased visibility.

This category is a place where you can create requests for GitHub-related objects, connections, and fields to be added to the GitHub GraphQL schema.

As a reminder, when you’re creating a schema request post, please make sure to include:

  • The data that you would like to have exposed.
  • A link to the existing REST API resource, if applicable.
  • A description of how you intend on using the data.

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#2

#3

Hey,

I am looking for listing of all branches per repo and total commits on each branch and also total commits at repo level which will be equal to summation of all commits in each branch.

Also, it would be great if we could pass parameters when perform query like repo date created date greater than XYZ or teams created date older than XYZ days or date.

It will be great if we can get team access like admin, read/write, read only. And also, for team members who are maintainers along with email Ids.

This is much needed.

If you can prioritise this then it would great.

Cheers,
Ashish