I have a public GitHub repository to which a few of us have write access 
(IOW, a few of us can merge pull requests).

When I get a pull request, it has the user name of the person who pushed 
the change; however, after I merge the pull request, the commit history and 
the file history both show my user name as "authored by". Is this a 
configurable setting? Am I doing something wrong?

I notice on other repositories that authors' names can match the name of 
the person who submitted the change. This is what I want so the people 
making the suggestions can get credit for making them.

I'm fairly new to GitHub and I'm not sure what's going on. Thanks

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