On Sat, Aug 10, 2013 at 11:59:21AM +0200, Michael Haggerty wrote:

> On 08/10/2013 08:47 AM, Jeff King wrote:
> > But I think MX records and deliverability is beside the point. Even in a
> > case where we come up with a valid, deliverable address, is that what
> > the user wants to have in their commit history for all time?
> I intentionally don't set user.email in my ~/.gitconfig because I use
> different identities (on the same machine) depending on what project I
> am committing to (open-source vs. work).  After I clone a repo, I *rely*
> on Git reminding me to set user.email on my first commit, because I
> invariably forget to set it myself.  And for me, *any* universal,
> heuristically-determined email address would be wrong for me for at
> least some repos.

So if I understand your use case, then you would be even happier if
rather than giving a warning, git simply barfed and said "please set
your identity before committing"?

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