Github gravatar not updating
The first thing you need to do is set up a free user account.
Simply visit https://github.com, choose a user name that isn’t already taken, provide an email address and a password, and click the big green “Sign up for Git Hub” button.
Travis uses non-unique job id's between its free and pro services, so when Coveralls doesn't know that your service-name is Travis-pro, it looks up the info for those job ids using the free Travis API -- that's why they will show random committers, etc.
The opposite cannot happen with the proper credentials, so you don't need to worry that your data is leaking out.
Git Hub is the single largest host for Git repositories, and is the central point of collaboration for millions of developers and projects.
A large percentage of all Git repositories are hosted on Git Hub, and many open-source projects use it for Git hosting, issue tracking, code review, and other things.
I don't want gravatar to see the image requests, but I'm sure that some people don't mind/care - to each his own.
Git Hub provides all of its functionality with free accounts, with the limitation that all of your projects are fully public (everyone has read access).
I had to split the out put since pastebin does not allow more then 512kb per post.
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For example, I have my DW set up so that each user has a “user namespace” in which they have full permissions, and I would like that avatar to come from that namespace.
This is a lot easier to manage since there is no a-priori avatar, and thus .Personally, I would prefer a slightly higher degree of control over the fallback avatars, in two main areas.