By now I contacted more than half the people, who might
get some .mailmap entries. Not all of them have responded,
but maybe 2/3 of those, whom I contacted.

I used 2 branches to get this work done. One branch having
all the proposed patches, where each patch just changes one
name, so I can send it to that specific person for review.
The second branch would be slightly behind the first branch
and only have the patches of the confirmed .mailmap changes.
The following patch is a squashed version of the confirmed 

Whenever somebody confirmed their patch, I'd include it
into the confirmed branch and rebase the first branch on top
of it. That works fine, if there are no many commits
in between, so no merge conflicts occur.

Junio, therefore I'd ask to include the following patch as 
the 1/3 milestone in the mailmap completion, so the number of
my local patches floating around is reduced.

The 6 patches sent at 4th July are not required anymore,
but the following patch directly applies to your master branch.

Stefan Beller (1):
  .mailmap: Map email addresses to names

 .mailmap | 95 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++----------------
 1 file changed, 71 insertions(+), 24 deletions(-)


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