Hi there, Asking a lot of questions lately. Sorry about this. Not exactly sure how Git stores its data, but I know both local Git itself likes you to add a name to its configuration, and also remote services such as GitHub and GitLab also require an account to edit repositories. Are any of these account details inside the repository? I was merely thinking of Fossil retrieving these rather than email addresses when importing, as email addresses displayed in full on timelines, especially if the Fossil repository is to be made publicly accessible, is cause for, at the very least spam, if not privacy concerns. Again I’m sure this has probably been thought of, perhaps even discussed, but i’m a very “what if”/“just in case”, not to mention nervous sort of person - I know sometimes that doesn’t always go down too well... Also, while we’re on the subject of Fossil/Git sync, I think the documentation on bidirectional sync needs more clarification, namely what the different import/export commands mean in the circumstances (for instance –export-marks which seems to be used both during an import and export, seems rather confusing), and a similar example on importing a Git repository into Fossil. Cheers. Damien.
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