[jitsi-dev] Migrating to GitHub (e-mail addresses for developers)


#1

Hey all,

We are about to move to GitHub in the following days.

While doing so we would need to specify e-mail addresses for all
developers. We are not quite sure exactly how we are going to build code
stats on GitHub (and how other services like Ohloh do it) but it seems
like it might be important to use the same e-mail address as the one in
your GitHub account. If you can get the same user name on GitHub as the
one you have on java.net, then that's probably going to help even more.

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are accessible
after cloning a repository.

I would like to ask anyone who cares about this to tell me the e-mail
address associated with their GitHub account by 23:59 UTC April 5 2013.

Cheers,
Emil

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#2

These addresses are visible on the web, you just need to look at a
changeset in the raw mode.

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Yannik V�lker

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On 30.03.2013 17:16, Emil Ivov wrote:

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are
accessible after cloning a repository.


#3

UserName:Email

LANJr4D
lawrence_neal@lanjr4d.com

Thanks, nice move.

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On Sat, Mar 30, 2013 at 9:16 AM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey all,

We are about to move to GitHub in the following days.

While doing so we would need to specify e-mail addresses for all
developers. We are not quite sure exactly how we are going to build code
stats on GitHub (and how other services like Ohloh do it) but it seems
like it might be important to use the same e-mail address as the one in
your GitHub account. If you can get the same user name on GitHub as the
one you have on java.net, then that's probably going to help even more.

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are accessible
after cloning a repository.

I would like to ask anyone who cares about this to tell me the e-mail
address associated with their GitHub account by 23:59 UTC April 5 2013.

Cheers,
Emil

--
https://jitsi.org


#4

Hi Emil, I think this is a good move. Are you planing on moving the bug tracker to github as well? Jira looks somewhat outdated.

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Am 30.03.2013 um 17:16 schrieb Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org>:

Hey all,

We are about to move to GitHub in the following days.

While doing so we would need to specify e-mail addresses for all
developers. We are not quite sure exactly how we are going to build code
stats on GitHub (and how other services like Ohloh do it) but it seems
like it might be important to use the same e-mail address as the one in
your GitHub account. If you can get the same user name on GitHub as the
one you have on java.net, then that's probably going to help even more.

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are accessible
after cloning a repository.

I would like to ask anyone who cares about this to tell me the e-mail
address associated with their GitHub account by 23:59 UTC April 5 2013.

Cheers,
Emil

--
https://jitsi.org


#5

Hi Emil,

finally :slight_smile: . Here my GitHub user name and e-mail:

User name: wernerd
e-mail: werner.dittmann@t-online.de

I assume the e-mail is the same as on java.net, but I'm not sure.

Werner

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Am 30.03.2013 17:16, schrieb Emil Ivov:

Hey all,

We are about to move to GitHub in the following days.

While doing so we would need to specify e-mail addresses for all
developers. We are not quite sure exactly how we are going to build code
stats on GitHub (and how other services like Ohloh do it) but it seems
like it might be important to use the same e-mail address as the one in
your GitHub account. If you can get the same user name on GitHub as the
one you have on java.net, then that's probably going to help even more.

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are accessible
after cloning a repository.

I would like to ask anyone who cares about this to tell me the e-mail
address associated with their GitHub account by 23:59 UTC April 5 2013.

Cheers,
Emil

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Werner Dittmann Werner.Dittmann@t-online.de
Tel +49 173 44 37 659
PGP key: 82EF5E8B
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#6

Hi,

My github account: s-vincent
The associated e-mail (same as java.net): sebastien.vincent@cppextrem.com

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Seb

Le 30/03/2013 17:16, Emil Ivov a �crit :

Hey all,

We are about to move to GitHub in the following days.

While doing so we would need to specify e-mail addresses for all
developers. We are not quite sure exactly how we are going to build code
stats on GitHub (and how other services like Ohloh do it) but it seems
like it might be important to use the same e-mail address as the one in
your GitHub account. If you can get the same user name on GitHub as the
one you have on java.net, then that's probably going to help even more.

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are accessible
after cloning a repository.

I would like to ask anyone who cares about this to tell me the e-mail
address associated with their GitHub account by 23:59 UTC April 5 2013.

Cheers,
Emil


#7

Hello,

Regards,

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On Sat, Mar 30, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey all,

We are about to move to GitHub in the following days.

While doing so we would need to specify e-mail addresses for all
developers. We are not quite sure exactly how we are going to build code
stats on GitHub (and how other services like Ohloh do it) but it seems
like it might be important to use the same e-mail address as the one in
your GitHub account. If you can get the same user name on GitHub as the
one you have on java.net, then that's probably going to help even more.

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are accessible
after cloning a repository.

I would like to ask anyone who cares about this to tell me the e-mail
address associated with their GitHub account by 23:59 UTC April 5 2013.

Cheers,
Emil

--
https://jitsi.org


#8

Hey Emil,
I'm glad this is happening! Username is tomdee and email is tom@tomdee.co.uk

Thanks
Tom

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-----Original Message-----

From: Emil Ivov [mailto:emcho@jitsi.org]

Sent: 30 March 2013 16:16
To: Jitsi Developers
Subject: [jitsi-dev] Migrating to GitHub (e-mail addresses for developers)

Hey all,

We are about to move to GitHub in the following days.

While doing so we would need to specify e-mail addresses for all developers. We are not quite sure exactly how we are going to build code stats on GitHub (and how other services like Ohloh do it) but it seems like it might be important to use the same e-mail address as the one in your GitHub account. If you can get the same user name on GitHub as the one you have on java.net, then that's probably going to help even more.

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are accessible after cloning a repository.

I would like to ask anyone who cares about this to tell me the e-mail address associated with their GitHub account by 23:59 UTC April 5 2013.

Cheers,
Emil

--
https://jitsi.org


#9

Hi Emil,

Mine is the same as on java.net.

Cheers,
Yana

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On Mar 31, 2013, at 5:46 PM, Sebastien Vincent <seb@sip-communicator.org> wrote:

Hi,

My github account: s-vincent
The associated e-mail (same as java.net): sebastien.vincent@cppextrem.com

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Seb

Le 30/03/2013 17:16, Emil Ivov a écrit :

Hey all,

We are about to move to GitHub in the following days.

While doing so we would need to specify e-mail addresses for all
developers. We are not quite sure exactly how we are going to build code
stats on GitHub (and how other services like Ohloh do it) but it seems
like it might be important to use the same e-mail address as the one in
your GitHub account. If you can get the same user name on GitHub as the
one you have on java.net, then that's probably going to help even more.

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are accessible
after cloning a repository.

I would like to ask anyone who cares about this to tell me the e-mail
address associated with their GitHub account by 23:59 UTC April 5 2013.

Cheers,
Emil


#10

Hi Emil,

finally :slight_smile: . Here my GitHub user name and e-mail:

User name: wernerd
e-mail: werner.dittmann@t-online.de

I assume the e-mail is the same as on java.net, but I'm not sure.

Checked, it's the same address except for uppercase chars at the start
for the first and last name :wink:

Werner

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Am 31.03.2013 17:39, schrieb Werner Dittmann:

Werner

Am 30.03.2013 17:16, schrieb Emil Ivov:

Hey all,

We are about to move to GitHub in the following days.

While doing so we would need to specify e-mail addresses for all
developers. We are not quite sure exactly how we are going to build code
stats on GitHub (and how other services like Ohloh do it) but it seems
like it might be important to use the same e-mail address as the one in
your GitHub account. If you can get the same user name on GitHub as the
one you have on java.net, then that's probably going to help even more.

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are accessible
after cloning a repository.

I would like to ask anyone who cares about this to tell me the e-mail
address associated with their GitHub account by 23:59 UTC April 5 2013.

Cheers,
Emil

--
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Werner Dittmann Werner.Dittmann@t-online.de
Tel +49 173 44 37 659
PGP key: 82EF5E8B


#11

Hello,

Sorry about the previous email, I pressed send by mistake :slight_smile:

My GitHub username is hristoterezov and the email address is
hristoterezov@gmail.com. The email address is the same as the email address
from java.net, but the username is different.

Regards,

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On Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 6:37 PM, Hristo Terezov <hristo@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello,

Regards,

On Sat, Mar 30, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey all,

We are about to move to GitHub in the following days.

While doing so we would need to specify e-mail addresses for all
developers. We are not quite sure exactly how we are going to build code
stats on GitHub (and how other services like Ohloh do it) but it seems
like it might be important to use the same e-mail address as the one in
your GitHub account. If you can get the same user name on GitHub as the
one you have on java.net, then that's probably going to help even more.

These addresses should not be visible on the web but are accessible
after cloning a repository.

I would like to ask anyone who cares about this to tell me the e-mail
address associated with their GitHub account by 23:59 UTC April 5 2013.

Cheers,
Emil

--
https://jitsi.org


#12

Hey all,

I can actually send those to me personally. No need to have them stored
in archive for eternity :wink:

Cheers,
Emil


#13

s/I/you

Sorry about this

--sent from my mobile

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On Apr 1, 2013 6:05 PM, "Emil Ivov" <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey all,

I can actually send those to me personally. No need to have them stored
in archive for eternity :wink:

Cheers,
Emil