==== Current ==== Fork userA/repo to userB/repo (hack, hack; pull request; merge changes in userA's repo) delete userB/repo check userB's newsfeed, it will display:
forked //unknown// as repo
Originating repository has since been deleted.
(//unknown// and //repo// are both links to the homepage http://bitbucket.org )
==== Expected ==== Since userA/repo is still here, you can link to the source repo. I understand that the target is gone, and //unknown// is good enough, but somehow the logic is wrong, as the originating repository is still here: only the destination repository is gone.
Thanks guys :)