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Updating mailmap file #962

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Having an up-to-date mailmap file makes git shortlog a little more powerful, e.g. for estimating the number of different people(which is unequal to the number of different commiter names) who contributed so far.

@stefanbeller stefanbeller updating mailmap file.
# Finding out duplicates by comparing email addresses:
git shortlog -sne |awk '{ print $NF }' |sort |uniq -d

# Finding out duplicates by comparing names:
git shortlog -sne |awk '{ NF--; $1=""; print }' |sort |uniq -d
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@igorko igorko commented on the diff
@@ -2,4 +2,10 @@
Clint Bellanger <clintbellanger@gmail.com> clintbellanger <clintbellanger@gmail.com>
Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <thane@lenny.(none)>
Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <tbrimhall@turtle.(none)>
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+Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <thane@thane-laptop.(none)>
+Justin Jacobs <justin@justinjacobs.com> Justin Jacobs <jajdorkster@gmail.com>
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commiter name - dorkster?

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Yes it is dorkster, but there is no actual 'dorkster' commit name in the logs, so github is not using the github account name, but the real name, which you gave to github.
(Here just the mail addresses are mapped to each other. We could leave out the second name, but I want to keep all the lines the same format, so I choose the full version)

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@igorko igorko commented on the diff
@@ -2,4 +2,10 @@
Clint Bellanger <clintbellanger@gmail.com> clintbellanger <clintbellanger@gmail.com>
Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <thane@lenny.(none)>
Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <tbrimhall@turtle.(none)>
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+Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <thane@thane-laptop.(none)>
+Justin Jacobs <justin@justinjacobs.com> Justin Jacobs <jajdorkster@gmail.com>
+Matthew Krohn <makrohn@gmail.com> makrohn <makrohn@gmail.com>
+Stefan Beller <stefanbeller@googlemail.com> stefanbeller <stefanbeller@googlemail.com>
+Igor Paliychuk <mansonigor@gmail.com> igor <mansonigor@gmail.com>
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commiter name - igorko?

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In the git logs there is only an igor, not an igorko.
As said in the other comment, I couldn't really find github account names in the git history itself. The github account names only matter for review here on github. I am not sure if github translates back the git history names to github user names.

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@igorko igorko commented on the diff
@@ -2,4 +2,10 @@
Clint Bellanger <clintbellanger@gmail.com> clintbellanger <clintbellanger@gmail.com>
Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <thane@lenny.(none)>
Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <tbrimhall@turtle.(none)>
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+Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <thane@thane-laptop.(none)>
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commiter name - pennomi?

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yes

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@stefanbeller Ok, ok I understood ;)

@clintbellanger clintbellanger merged commit 80bba46 into clintbellanger:master
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Commits on Sep 12, 2012
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    updating mailmap file.

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    # Finding out duplicates by comparing email addresses:
    git shortlog -sne |awk '{ print $NF }' |sort |uniq -d
    
    # Finding out duplicates by comparing names:
    git shortlog -sne |awk '{ NF--; $1=""; print }' |sort |uniq -d
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@@ -2,4 +2,10 @@
Clint Bellanger <clintbellanger@gmail.com> clintbellanger <clintbellanger@gmail.com>
Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <thane@lenny.(none)>
Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <tbrimhall@turtle.(none)>
-
+Thane Brimhall <thane.brimhall@gmail.com> Thane Brimhall <thane@thane-laptop.(none)>
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commiter name - pennomi?

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yes

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+Justin Jacobs <justin@justinjacobs.com> Justin Jacobs <jajdorkster@gmail.com>
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igorko added a note

commiter name - dorkster?

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Yes it is dorkster, but there is no actual 'dorkster' commit name in the logs, so github is not using the github account name, but the real name, which you gave to github.
(Here just the mail addresses are mapped to each other. We could leave out the second name, but I want to keep all the lines the same format, so I choose the full version)

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+Matthew Krohn <makrohn@gmail.com> makrohn <makrohn@gmail.com>
+Stefan Beller <stefanbeller@googlemail.com> stefanbeller <stefanbeller@googlemail.com>
+Igor Paliychuk <mansonigor@gmail.com> igor <mansonigor@gmail.com>
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igorko added a note

commiter name - igorko?

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In the git logs there is only an igor, not an igorko.
As said in the other comment, I couldn't really find github account names in the git history itself. The github account names only matter for review here on github. I am not sure if github translates back the git history names to github user names.

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+Chris Oelmueller <chris.oelmueller@gmail.com> Chris Oelmueller <eoc.eoc.eoc@gmail.com>
+Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo <manuel.montezelo@gmail.com> Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo <mafm@mafm-laptop.itsari.org>
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