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Changes between Version 25 and Version 26 of BazaarWorkflow


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Timestamp:
2011-06-17T15:53:22Z (8 years ago)
Author:
Jiri Svoboda
Comment:

Make the suggestion not to use real e-mail address slightly stronger

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  • BazaarWorkflow

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    99{{{
    10 $ bzr whoami "Ferda Mravenec <ferda.mravenec@gmail.com>"
     10$ bzr whoami "Ferda Mravenec <ferda.mravenec@mraveniste>"
    1111}}}
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    13 From now, Bazaar will attribute all your commits to that identity. Note that the string inside the angle quotes is just a means of identification, it does not have to be your real e-mail address. The part after the {{{@}}} sign does not have to be a real fully qualified domain name and the part before the {{{@}}} sign does not have to be a real user name. If you do not provide a real e-mail address, try not to make it look like one. For example {{{"Jan Tleskac <honza.tleskac@stinadla>"}}} is fine.
     13From now, Bazaar will attribute all your commits to that identity. Note that the string inside the angle quotes is just a means of identification, it does not have to be your real e-mail address. You should consider not using your real e-mail address. The commit logs are publicly visible on many places on the web and you could receive lots of spam for years to come. The part after the {{{@}}} sign does not have to be a real fully qualified domain name and the part before the {{{@}}} sign does not have to be a real user name. If you use identity which is not an e-mail address, it's best idea to not make it look like one (i.e. one that does not end in something which looks like FQDN or TLD.
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