I apologize if this is the wrong place for this feature request but I could not easily find where to create a feature request. I have found in the past that when an open source repository becomes abandoned occasionally there are still community forks of that repo that are still maintained. Sometimes, if the project is large enough, it can be difficult to find which fork that is and which forks have been updated recently, without manually going through each one individually, which is time consuming.
I would propose that a 'latest commit date' or 'last updated date' be added to each forked repo item in the list of forks for a repo.
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