If you want to inspect a remote repository, your best bet is to browse it. (There are some command line variations of bk that will give you some information about a remote repo but, really, there's no substitute for just browsing, at least for now.)

As an example, there's the NTP project:

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Topic revision: r7 - 2015-01-19 - 07:33:32 - HarlanStenn
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