# chinask...@gmail.com / 2014-10-06 16:59:43 -0700:
> This might be a repeat and if so, sorry.
> I have a public GitHub where only a few of us have write access (IOW, only 
> a few of us can merge pull requests). When a user submits a pull request to 
> us, initially it has their name on the request; however, as soon as I merge 
> the pull request, my name is on it as "authored by". The commit history and 
> file history also shows my name instead of the person who submitted the 
> request to us.
> Can I change this behavior or am I doing something wrong?

the answers are: yes, and probably.  however, it's hard to tell since
you've withheld all the juicy bits.  :) please share a url to one of the
affected pull requests, and copy/paste the git commands you used on it.


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