Re: [tdf-discuss] Contributors' names in LibO 3.3: how to ask for a correction?
On Wed, 2011-01-26 at 09:59 +0100, Cedric Bosdonnat wrote:
On Tue, 2011-01-25 at 15:41 +0100, Gianluca Turconi wrote:
I post here because I've just read a message about credits in LibO 3.3 and
so I've checked them in order to confirm that bug, but if there's a better
place where we can discuss this other issue, please point me to it.
That "luctur" was my userid when commiting "code" in the OOo project. I
don't know why there is my username and not my full name there, however
this is not the main problem.
In fact these are extracted from the git logs... You need to make sure
you commit new code with a correct full name and email address.
Right; but of course, perhaps we can fix this for the past by adding
some exceptions: any chance we can add 'Gianluca Turconi' as a
replacement for 'luctur' in your script ?
In fact, I' haven't found among the contributors the name of
Davide Prina, co-author of the Italian spellchecker dictionary.
I guess we need to think about this too - perhaps we need an addendum
list of people who have contributed things, but for whom the git log is
inaccurate / incomplete / fragmentary :-)
Looking at the (pretty) web page, it might be helpful too to have an
affiliation tag for old (non-Sun/Oracle) contributors on the page too.
Oh, and a mail link at the bottom for corrections (the dev list
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