[Bf-committers] Credits Page
kalast at gmail.com
Sun Sep 21 10:12:00 CEST 2014
Is it possible to correct patch application with arcanist to also use the
original author? I've been bitten by this before, not acknowledging patch
If not better make it a rule to also not apply patches through arcanist.
On 21 September 2014 10:05, Sergey Sharybin <sergey.vfx at gmail.com> wrote:
> Campbell, i'm not sure what's up to phabricator here. If you want to know
> some data about old patches i can write an exporter for you. For the new
> one using neither maniphest nor differencial is gonna to be accurate --
> with all that tendency to commandeer revision the revisions and those devs
> who doesn't use use arc to commit and screws things up, leading to need to
> abandon the revision instead of marking it as applied, the stats are not
> gonna to be accurate.
> We do need to use proper authorship of the git commits, that would solve
> hell of a lot parsing issues, which currently sounds just weird to have.
> Even more -- it's much cooler when the commit is authored by you instead of
> having just "Path by Awesome Guy".
> For this we've got like everything, apart from the email. For this:
> - Phabricator considers this a private information and will show it to
> - You need to ensure someone is OK to provide his email for the commit.
> - You only need to do this once, it's very much likely someone sent some
> patch in the past.
> - You can you use empty email, by explicitly specifying <>: git commit -a
> --author "Awesome Guy <>" -m "Patch adds some real awesome things".
> - By you i mean the one who applies the patch.
> - Personally i'd just make it a rule to sue proper authorship, it's not mre
> difficult than typing "Patch By" anyway.
> And again, if some data from the past is needed to be exported, i'd suggest
> exporting it once using php script, putting it as a .py dict and use it by
> the script which traverses the git repo to gather contributors.
> On Sun, Sep 21, 2014 at 8:27 AM, Harley Acheson <harley.acheson at gmail.com>
> > Removing the page seems like an extreme reaction.
> > Why not just keep the page creation as it is right now but then *insert*
> > a static html list of the missing 253 names into an "Also Thanks To"
> > section until you have this problem sorted out properly?
> > Cheers, Harley
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