Do we really need ascii art in a push response?

I've started getting long ascii art responses when I push to my repositories:

remote: adding changesets
remote: adding manifests
remote: adding file changes
remote: added 2 changesets with 2 changes to 2 files
remote: 
remote: ++++                               ++++
remote:   +++++++                     +++++++  
remote:      +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++     
remote:          +++++++++++++++++++++         
remote:                 +++++++                
remote:       +++                     +++      
remote:       ++++++     +++++     ++++++      
remote:        ++++++    +++++    ++++++       
remote:        +++++++    +++    +++++++       
remote:         ++++++++   +   ++++++++        
remote:          ++++++++     ++++++++         
remote:            ++++++++ +++++++++          
remote:             +++++++++++++++             
remote:              +++++++++++++              
remote:                +++++++++                
remote:                  +++++++                
remote:               +   +++++++               
remote:              +++   +++++++              
remote:             ++++++  +++++++             
remote:            +++++++   +++++++            
remote:           +++++++     +++++++           
remote:          +++++++       +++++++           
remote:          +++++++       +++++++           
remote:          +++++++       +++++++           

really? why?

6 comments

Is it a prelude to invasion of my terminal's space?

Honestly this is such a weird response, not entirely sure why I would need this. I've just got one too.

I started getting it too this AM ... not a fan.

 

Can't we just keep it clean?

 

Or if not clean then customizable ... ?

The logo is rainbow-colored, and it seems to be a (annual?) revival of this event:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/31081919/atlassian-logo-after-pushing-to-bitbucket

I don't need nor want it. This doesn't seem serious and degrades the image bitbucket has in my eyes. 

Please make these things optional. I had to look up what it ment (thx Jean) and am non to pleased!

What do I care for a decision in a court in a far away place .... I wanna write code!

Steven Behnke Community Champion Jun 22, 2017

In general Atlassian supports equality, including the global LGBT population. In solidarity with this people-group, Atlassian adds a few easter eggs to promote their efforts.

In this case, within America (and other places) June is Pride Month, a month dedicated to celebrating LGBT equality and rights. Atlassian is participating in this celebration.

Absolutely agreed Atlassian's efforts

I support equality for LGBT, but it is irritating getting so much ASCII art in my pushes. 

Is this the American way of life to tell all others how to think?

It's good to participate in this LGBT thing, I won't argue that point. But though I honor this way of thinking, I don't need symbols for it. Last of all in my work equipment. This symbol distracts me from my work for at least half an hour, as I assumed to be hacked someway.

Please remove it, or, as Jimmy said, make it optional.

This sais more elegantly what I ment to say.
I did not want to state that I am anti any people, just that it is an annoying distraction. 

Worthless and self-righteous.  Not to mention insulting.

@Christoph: Sorry - I was referring to the decision to push ascii art messages down our throat as though it's somehow meaningful and worthwhile.  Hope I didn't get your blood pressure up - not pointing at anyone.  :)

@scott: No offense taken. Thanks, that's why I asked. It's not easy to understand a discussion without threading.

Can we please have the option to not get the ascii art shoved down our throats?  I don't need to see it every time I do a push.

Ok, found the option to disable it in the Account settings.

Thanks, got it. Was it already there or did Bitbucket add this just now?

It was already there, primarily for CI systems and people using screen readers.

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