[Bf-committers] Credits Page
montagne29 at wanadoo.fr
Sun Sep 14 10:52:29 CEST 2014
We do this when we can do it. But git requires a full id (Full Name
<valid.mail at mailbox.org>) on first commit, and we usually do not have
those mail addresses (Phab does not show them for e.g.). So we only can
commit authored patches for people already 'registered' somehow in our
git repo (or which we know mail from other source)…
Le 14/09/2014 09:49, Kévin Dietrich a écrit :
> I might sound harsh but I believe that to ease out this process, at
> least for the future, it could be time for the committers to actually
> commit with the author's name (git commit --author=insert_name) and drop
> the all "patch by someone" nonsense. If the guys taking care of the
> Linux kernel can do this with 20 times as much contributors as Blender,
> the Blender guys can do this.
> Commit etiquette, simple stuff.
> Le 14/09/2014 08:00, Campbell Barton a écrit :
>> I'd be happy to drop the commit count, its not an accurate indication
>> of contributions anyway,
>> However I don't think doing that makes the task any easier. To get
>> every patch-author we still need some way to map committed patches to
>> a user name.
>> On Sun, Sep 14, 2014 at 9:33 AM, Harley Acheson
>> <harley.acheson at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> If it isn't possible to get the diff author information back we could
>>> _consider_ the following:
>>> Correct a *single* commit (only) for each of the 213 missing contributors,
>>> abandon the
>>> "commit count" as being inaccurate from now on, and create a new "Credits"
>>> page listing
>>> all contributors without commit count but sorted: Ton, Core devs, module
>>> committers, everyone else.
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>>> Bf-committers at blender.org
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