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bio website thehunk.blogspot.com
location Behind the scenes
age 27
visits member for 2 years, 4 months
seen 18 hours ago

As I move around the site, cleaning up after you, tidying up the mess you leave, you don't notice me. But that's okay. I like it clean. I like it smelling fresh. And that's why I'm the janitor.

Tools in my arsenal:
  - Add kbd shortcut
  - Edit summary options (hacked)
  - Indentation using Tab key
  - Keyboard shortcuts for comments

Rule of thumb for robust source code:
Never assume this line will work as intended when writing the next. Be prepared for surprises.

This is me when I'm working: This is me when I'm working

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comment What does “authored 7 days ago; committed 14 hours ago” mean on GitHub?
@Undo I hope you are not confusing "14 hours ago" with "14 days ago"... Now that would be truly strange, to have something committed which apparently wasn't even authored yet until 7 days later... I'm not sure if Git prevents setting the author timestamp greater than committer timestamp; it probably doesn't care.
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comment What does “authored 7 days ago; committed 14 hours ago” mean on GitHub?
Committing is not the same as pushing to remote. Remember that almost everything in Git can be done locally, including commits. You can commit first (which gives both timestamps) and push later (which merely uploads the commit to remote but doesn't give any timestamp). There is no 'push timestamp' as it's unimportant to know when a commit was pushed - it can be (and often is) pushed and pulled any number of times.
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comment What does “authored 7 days ago; committed 14 hours ago” mean on GitHub?
@Seth Git ignores file timestamps. The committer can alter author timestamp on-the-fly using commit --date=. Schwern explains it very nicely.
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comment Why is my debit card is recognized as a credit card on Venmo?
Merchants usually recognize debit cards as credit cards. It's normal. The distinction is done in the issuing bank, where credit cards put the amount on the next credit statement while debit cards deduct the amount from your current balance.
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