Elliott Cable <m...@ell.io> writes:

> On Tue, Jun 4, 2013 at 3:14 PM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
>> elliottcable <m...@ell.io> writes:
>>> Thus, I've added an --authorship-order version of --date-order, which relies
>>> upon the AUTHOR_DATE instead of the COMMITTER_DATE; this means that old 
>>> commits
>>> will continue to show up chronologically in-order despite rebasing.
>>> ---
>> Missing sign-off.  Please see Documentation/SubmittingPatches.
> Will-do.
> I read that part, and was rather confused. At no point did I get the
> idea that I should sign-off *my own initial commit*. Perhaps that part
> of the documentation needs to be slightly re-written? Would that be a
> welcome change?

I fail to see what more needs to be clarified on top of what we
already have; please re-read "(5) Sign your work" section, paying
with special attention to:

 - "YOU WROTE IT or otherwise have the right to pass it on".

 - "the contribution was created in whole or in part BY ME and I

But perhaps you meant something else by "*my own initial commit*"???
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