Steps to repro:
- Go to a commit, click on the "+" icon and add a new tag.
A webhook is delivered with an empty
Now, create a tag and push from the command line with
git tag foo; git push --tags. A webhook is delivered with
push.changes.new.type: "tag" and the name of the tag as well.
I expect the webhook payload to include this data when I create a tag from the UI as well. Not getting this data makes it impossible for my CI system to trigger anything when users tag things from the BitBucket UI.