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Settings  :  Aliases

Analyzed about 11 hours ago. based on code collected 5 days ago.
  • Contributions by Dirk Mueller will be attributed to Dirk Müller
  • Contributions by tux will be attributed to Marcus Hüwe Changes will take effect after the next Open Hub report update.
  • Contributions by Michael Schroeder will be attributed to Michael Schröder
  • Contributions by Juergen Weigert will be attributed to Jürgen Weigert
  • Contributions by Adrian Schroeter will be attributed to Adrian Schröter
  • Contributions by bbrunner will be attributed to Benjamin Brunner
  • Contributions by Michal Cihar will be attributed to Michal Čihař
  • Contributions by Marcus Huewe will be attributed to Marcus Hüwe
  • Contributions by Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ) will be attributed to Neal Gompa
  • Contributions by Srinidhi B will be attributed to B S Srinidhi
  • Contributions by Jan-Simon Moeller will be attributed to Jan-Simon Möller
  • Contributions by Alexander D. Kanevskiy will be attributed to Alexandr D. Kanevskiy
  • Contributions by Danny Al-Gaaf will be attributed to Danny Kukawka
  • Contributions by Klaas FreitaG will be attributed to Klaas Freitag Changes will take effect after the next Open Hub report update.

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.