The service notice about updating the software?

Recently I came across a good example of such a service for Ruby gems:

The point is that when you login via GitHub service imports a list of user-deployed gems, collect the list of dependencies and begins to send notifications in case of updates of the dependencies.

But I originally wanted it was not the update notification according my projects, but the new versions are totally random projects. And would not be dependent on language development, i.e. it would be possible to follow any repository, say in their list of tags/branches.

It would be useful, for example, if you want to build a custom RPM/Deb packages with their patches — no need to constantly monitor the updates upstream.

Nobody met the similar? If not I think I will do for myself and wishing.
October 8th 19 at 01:38
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October 8th 19 at 01:40
and what are target platforms?
With the advent of stores in Win&Mac all the software, gradually spread only through them, and there own mechanism for notifying about updates.
It is 99% about the service for developers to monitor alien source. I will try to describe more precisely. - destin_Miller commented on October 8th 19 at 01:43

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