thiago at kde.org
Thu Nov 19 08:38:15 CET 2009
Em Quinta-feira 19. Novembro 2009, às 01.34.26, Resul Cetin escreveu:
> Isn't that stored by gitorious?
In this case, no. The commit was pushed to the internal repository first. It
was mirrored by a bot from there to the public Gitorious.
So Gitorious does not have the information.
How do you find out now who pushed the commit?
> Just look at http://qt.gitorious.org/qt and
> you see many things like "blablub pushed xyz". So the data is right there
> (the interface to must be changed to be real useful for you, but gitorious
> has that data). The current display seems to be proken somehow so it isn't
> possible to say who pushed that specific commit, but I can tell it for
> many other pushes.
> So for example Qt by Nokia is used to push commits made by Martin Jones.
> This enough data to know who is to blame for that specific commit to the
> master repo. Maybe gitorious must contacted to know why
> 3cb304990f81799e6811b699b6b6ad1c32ec1107 is only shown as commit and not as
> part of a push and if the data is real available.
That's exactly my point. The data could be collected and made readily
available. It's not.
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