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Github is great to show you all your contributions as a timeline. Bitbucket doesn't have any of this. I use mainly Github for my open-source projects but also use a bit of Bitbucket for some other projects that I consider more private. I still want to show that I am contibuting even if it is not on Github. It is in my opinion important to show that you are passionate about programming when you are looking for a new job for example. Contwidgetor (still looking for a better name) will display a grid showing all your contributions for the past year (commits only). It merges your contributions from Github and Bitbucket.
This tool helps users to import contributions to GitHub from private git repositories, or from public repositories that are not hosted in GitHub. In its simplest case, this tools copies all commits from a source git repository to a mock git repository. Each copied commit will report the same commit date, but the original code is not copied, neither the commit message.