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'git tag' failed with code 128 unsafe repository error

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I have a similar problem.

I have migrated to Windows 10. Had to reinstall everything. Certainly, my user ID is now different. Moreover, I forgot my Bitbucket password, and cannot reset it, because it has been associated with an old, no more existing email address, therefore I've created a new account.

Now I'm pretty much stuck. I have several projects on my disk. Adding each as "safe" does not seem to be a reasonable solution. What else can I do?

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