Switches to release commit user instead of amplifying my commits #86

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adriancole commented Jan 9, 2017 edited

I get a large amount of people asking me about this repo. Because my user
is used in the release commits, it looks like I am doing releases, and stats
skew as if I'm doing a lot of the code here. This switches to anonymize
things like that, and in doing so stops the amplification. Eventually, things
will balance out.

@adriancole adriancole Switches to release commit user instead of amplifying my commits
I get a large amount of people asking me about this repo because my user
is used in the release commits etc. This switches to anonymize things
like that, and in doing so stops the amplification. Eventually, things
will balance out.
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cc @pavolloffay I think this approach is better for many reasons (including the same rationale author tags aren't awesome)

@adriancole adriancole merged commit 60df016 into master Jan 9, 2017

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