I am using an external service to commit to a repository (translation service - pootle)
that server uses an ssh key for user A to commit to the repository
the user who does the actual translation is user B who also has a bitbucket account
for some reason i dont understand now, on bitbucket in MOST places, the commit is wrongly tagged as user b
for instance in the "Commits" screen, or in the "Raw commit"
where it says
From: user b <user bs bitbucket email>
the only place where its shown correctly is on the overview / Dashboard where it shows
Pushed to group/repository
XX12345 commit from Pootle Servle by user someuser.: 2 of 5 strings translated (0 need review).
user 1 - 22 minutes ago
so i am very confused now, why it shows user B anywhere, though he didnt directly commit anything to the repository, the only thing was that he "accidently" uses an email adress of a existing bitbucket user ... he did however never pass any credentials or password to bitbucket to prove that ... as the authentification was done using an ssh key that is only put into account A
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