This feature is available only under a commercial or evaluation license.
The Contributions tab is located in the Stash user profile. There you can see personal contribution activity of a single contributor over the last year/month/week. It has Contributor Calendar and Contribution Activity Stream. Here by contribution we understand the sum of:
To see your personal statistics, select My Activity from the menu in the upper-right corner of the Stash window.
To see the statistics of another contributor, navigate to the Contributions tab of his/her Stash user profile. You can do that in several ways:
Select one of the names on the recently viewed list or locate the needed contributor on the People page and click his name.
Click a corresponding Stash user icon below the commits and pull requests charts or click the name of a contributor in the activity stream.
Go down to the Contributors list and click the name of a contributor.
Contributors, who are not Stash users, don't have Stash profiles. So there's no Contributions statistics for them.
For a commit to be displayed by Awesome Graphs, the user's emails specified in Git and Stash account should match. If this is not the case, you can use aliases in the user profile settings.
In the Contributor Calendar section, you can see the calendar that comprises all days over the last year up to the current date.
By default, Awesome Graphs filters and displays contributor's commits and pull requests for the last year. So when you go to Contributions, you can see Contribution Calendar and Contribution Activity Stream for the last year right away.
Contributor Calendar shows you the Start and End dates of the current time span.
Hover your mouse over a square (each square represents one day), to see how many contributions were made that day.
To view the contribution activity over a certain time span, do one of the following:
Below Contribution Calendar, you can see:
In the Contribution Activity Stream section below the Contributions Calendar, all user's contributions (commits and pull requests) are shown as an activity stream with links to the associated JIRA issues and Change Type lozenges. Contribution Activity Stream displays the contributions within the time span that is set. Its content changes together with the adjustment of Time Span.
For more information about linking Stash and JIRA, please, see here.