Victor, Good to know. Please let me know here if problems show up again. Thanks!
Is there any way to list the commits one is able to claim under a specific name? And if so, is it possible to claim only some of them? I know I have committed to one big project but I also know there ... [More]
A variant of this problem are duplicate commits in forked projects. One could try to suppress at least those git commits with identical commit id.
Andrei, Update failed again requiring a re-fetch which finished OK (5319 total commits). Analysis is now at July 21, 2014 on code collected on July 21, 2014 and last commit is at July 20, 2014. ... [More]
love2d's love project is a duplicate of LÖVE. However, I cannot mark it as such: I need to type original project name in a field here then select it in a drop-down list. However, drop-down list ... [More]
It seems to work anew even though the commit number is badly displayed (the top isn't visible). Thanks.
Kaz, Re-fetch hasn't improved things. Sorry. Will pursue this with management. Ping me here if you think it's taking too long. Once the new domain names come in (and the re-re-design), I would ... [More]
In some cases, I hadn't set my committer name. So, I can't claim certain contributions where name is set as unknown. In such cases, there should be a way to select a contribution and claim it manually.