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From "Matt Rutkowski" <>
Subject Re: Git commit
Date Wed, 13 Sep 2017 21:00:00 GMT
Sounds like a question for INFRA team; however, only a few are working 
with GitHub and would not be surprised if they do not have a procedure for 
this.  For Apache purposes, it would be important for "Snoot" tool to ack. 
credit for committers when multiple appear on the same merge. 

From:   Rodric Rabbah <>
Date:   09/13/2017 03:05 PM
Subject:        Git commit


I just merged a PR:

You can see if look at it the first commit is it mine but is Scott 

Yet when I squashed and merge the PR (which I opened to rebase and update 
because we dropped the ball on its predecessor

) I was credited with the commit [1] which is not right.

I don't know how to correct this without forcing an updated commit (which 
I don't think we have rights to). What's the Apache way of fixing this?



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