Doing open source work (mostly via GitHub) and having an automatic setup 
for work (installer which can put the IDE and source anywhere) I sometimes 
end up having my public email address and and my work address mixed up on 
commits.

I tried to group my public activities in a common directory and work 
rrealted repositories in another but this is not always feasible.
So my git setup which is based on directories does not work out in same 
case.

Is it possible to assign "user.email" based on remotes? This would seem to 
solve my problems.
(I know that it might get confusing when using multiple remotes on the same 
repository, but this is something I do only as an exception...)

Kind regards,
Victor

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