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I want to keep track of git repositories located on remote servers (not local repositories).

What I need

Get notifications when commits are made, and what was changed (something like "new commit made, #commithash"): A notification in the notification center. A popup. A feed/RSS update. Anything just not email.

Currently what I am doing

Using SourceTree, I create a local clone.

Whenever there is a commit, I get a notification. I can what was changed in the commit.

Problem

It takes too much space on disk (currently over 1gb)

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If the remote repositories are on github you can use the integrations they have built with slack or HipChat to accomplish this. I have been using the slack/github integration for six months and my only complaint is that I have to specify each repo instead of being able to use wild cards.

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