Feature disappeared: commits to master since release

I’d like to resurrect the discussion from 2018 (https://github.community/t/x-commits-to-master-since-this-release-is-missing/618, sorry, can’t post more than 2 links) where the information on “x commits to master since this release” disappeared in the releases page. This seemed to have happened again.

Example: latest release (126 commits) and master (129 commits). The releases page does not show “3 commits to master…” any more.

I’m seeing it on the releases page. Where are you looking for it?

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I don’t see it on the exact same page. Maybe it’s a browser issue. I use Firefox 87.0 on Ubuntu 20.04.

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Doesn’t work with Chromium 90.0.4430.85 either.

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I can confirm this issue in the latest version of Safari, Opera, Chrome, and Edge. It seems to be an arbitrary error as it works in some repos.

My only workaround as of today is using the URL https://github.com/@user/@repo/compare/@version..master

Is there any updates about this?

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@mathomp4 pointed out that it works on the page for a specific release. I can confirm that with my example release above.