I’ll have to filter the master branch on github to fix some commit information. I’m not a git expert and I learn it slowly. Hopefully, this should be the last time I need to do such an operation.

That’s unfortunate and I’m sorry for the inconvenience, but since there’s only a handful of clones right now, the sooner I do it, the less damage it will do.

If you worked on a clone, that means you’ll have to rebase your repository or simply delete your repository and clone it again if didn’t change any file.

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