From what I understand, GitHub logs a lot of the user’s activity (kinda duh?). *Are all actions time stamped?*
By “action” I mean whenever a user commits, saves, whatever else you do in GitHub. (Sorry, I also haven’t used GitHub much. I’m doing research to find out if a potential tool is feasible.) My assumption is yes since one of the primary ideas behind GitHub is versioning, so it must… but I wanted to ask someone who has a stronger technical background and GitHub background than I do.
Context: If I created a timer tool in which I can start and stop a timer, I could then define a window of time. Could I (or rather my program) then cross reference my GitHub logs to tell what activity fell within that window of time?