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From richardcloudsoft <>
Subject [GitHub] incubator-brooklyn pull request: Apache copyright
Date Tue, 08 Jul 2014 17:06:57 GMT
Github user richardcloudsoft commented on the pull request:
    @Nakomis, PRs don't necessarily have to be squashed down into one commit - in fact that's
probably a bad idea, most PRs would have "steps on the way" between the start state and the
end state and it's useful to see the intermediate steps.
    Where there's been several review steps where the contributor has added several commits
of the form "changes in response to code review" I'd request that some commit-squashing would
be done. If there's only a single commit like that I might let it pass; if there's several
I would request it.
    The committer could probably do that, but there's two issues with that. Firstly it's really
up to the contributor to provide a clean, well-presented patch to the committer; secondly,
if the committer is changing the commits it's likely to change the "Author" tags in the commits,
and therefore risks losing the contributor's name from the official history record, and as
a matter of principle we ensure that all changes are correctly attributed to the person who
made them.

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