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Hi, can I get more detailed info on what’s the difference between these two fields in
pushed_at will be updated any time a commit is pushed to any of the repository’s branches.
updated_at will be updated any time the repository object is updated, e.g. when the description or the primary language of the repository is updated. The difference is that pushed_at represents the date and time of the last commit, whereas the updated_at represents the date and time of the last change the the repository. A change to the repository might be a commit, but it may also be other things, such as changing the description of the repo, creating wiki pages, etc. In other words, commits are a subset of updates, and the pushed_at timestamp will therefore either be the same as the updated_at timestamp, or it will be an earlier timestamp. (stackoverflow)
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