As discussed in another thread, I’m investigating options for making my tap’s formulae JSON available for “scraping”. To that end, I’ve forked the formula.brew.sh repo and modified it to build the JSON files for my tap.
Part of the site’s generated JSON is analytics produced by homebrew-formula-analytics. However, this command requires credentials to homebrew’s google analytics account. (I believe?)
Firstly, does homebrew collect installation/use metrics for 3rd party taps? If not, then that settles it.
Secondly, if there -are- analytics available for taps; is there any mechanism for tap maintainers to get (read) access such that the homebrew-formula-analytics can be run against their taps?