"By default, “git log” displays author dates as “Date” but then uses commit dates when given a –since option. That seems like broken defaults to me." - http://www.alexpeattie.com/blog/working-with-dates-in-git/ filter commits by date authored should be filter commits by date committed
--- Ive added this information in the git commit section, as otherwise people will end up with an incorrect name and email associated with their commits. This fixes issue 21.
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Reported-By: Brandon Fosdick <email@example.com>
changed the src from '/images/snapshots.png' to './images/snapshots.png' Earlier, it didnt load the image when trying to open it in browser directly from the repo. Also, "http://jointheconversation.org/git-reference/" does not load the image, but when the src is changed, the image loads fine.
using git rm removes the file from the index AND the working directory, so trying to mv the file to the new name wouldn't actually work. If you use "git rm --cached" the file still exists to be worked with.