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Settings  :  Aliases

Analyzed about 2 years ago. based on code collected over 2 years ago.
  • Contributions by Daniel Marjam�ki will be attributed to Daniel Marjamäki
  • Contributions by Daniel Marjamaki will be attributed to Daniel Marjamäki
  • Contributions by Daniel will be attributed to Daniel Marjamäki
  • Contributions by Benjamin Goose will be attributed to Benjamin Wolsey
  • Contributions by Leandro Lisboa Penz will be attributed to Leandro Penz
  • Contributions by Kimmo varis will be attributed to Kimmo Varis
  • Contributions by danmar will be attributed to Daniel Marjamäki
  • Contributions by Ettl Martin will be attributed to Martin Ettl
  • Contributions by S�bastien Debrard will be attributed to Sébastien Debrard
  • Contributions by Debrard Sébastien will be attributed to Sébastien Debrard
  • Contributions by Debrard Sebastien will be attributed to Sébastien Debrard
  • Contributions by vBm will be attributed to Goran Džaferi
  • Contributions by Andrew Martin will be attributed to Andrew C. Martin
  • Contributions by Sebastien Debrard will be attributed to Sébastien Debrard
  • Contributions by Philipp Kloke will be attributed to PKEuS
  • Contributions by Philipp K will be attributed to PKEuS
  • Contributions by myint will be attributed to Steven Myint
  • Contributions by Ankita-gupta will be attributed to Ankita Gupta
  • Contributions by deepak gupta will be attributed to Deepak Gupta
  • Contributions by zblair will be attributed to Zachary Blair

About Aliases

  • If an individual has contributed code to a project under several different committer IDs, you can combine them using aliases.
  • An alias will replace one committer ID with another in reports. You specify the ID you wish to replace, and the replacement ID, on the Add Aliases form.
  • Aliases do not change your source code history, and Open Hub continues to gather and analyze this history as always. An alias is only an ID mapping for reports and charts.