Stefan Beller <> writes:

> 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 
> branch.
> 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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