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Jonathan Carter
When you pair with someone, it's important that subsequent commits are properly attributed. Not just for accurate version history, but also to support a culture of collaboration. Now when you pair using Live Share + , Git co-authors can be auto-populated to make this easy 🙌
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Jonathan Carter 8 Dec 18
Replying to @LostInTangent
If folks want this behavior, simply set the "liveshare.populateGitCoAuthors" setting to "always". Then, any time someone joins a LS session, they'll be attributed. We'd love to hear any feedback on this, and in general, what we can do to make Live Share better 👍
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⚡️🧲 Socrates 8 Dec 18
I think I'll try this with my students when we start our next coding project
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Jonathan Carter 8 Dec 18
Let me know how that goes! Any and all feedback is always greatly appreciated 🙏
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Jonathan Carter 8 Dec 18
Replying to @github
Oh, and in case folks didn’t know: when a commit includes the “Co-authored-by” trailer in its message, then all authors will be correctly displayed in . This way, your pairing tools can properly integrate with your code host 🔥
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Erik Rasmussen 👨🏻‍💻🇺🇸🇪🇸 10 Dec 18
Replying to @LostInTangent @code
Also so "git blame" finds the right culprit(s)! 🤣
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Jonathan Carter 10 Dec 18
Replying to @erikras @code
Exactly! 😁
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Jonathan Carter 10 Dec 18
That’s really awesome to hear 😁
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Román Jiménez 11 Dec 18
Replying to @LostInTangent @code
I made an extension for this a while ago, but this is objectively more convenient, kudos!
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Jonathan Carter 11 Dec 18
Replying to @drrouman @code
Let me know if you have any feedback! I’d love to make sure we learn from your experience here 🤗
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