What's Changed

New Contributors

Full Changelog: 2024.04.11...2024.04.14

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://github.com/privacyguides/privacyguides.org/releases/tag/2024.04.14
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Including, for example, being helpful and answering questions on the forum :stuck_out_tongue:

If you have contributed outside of GitHub and don’t have a GitHub account, please contact me to be added.

If you don’t have a GitHub profile, you can also reply to this thread letting me know what you’d like to be added for and I’ll add you to the list based on your forum profile information :slight_smile:

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So is there any practical reason to be on the list? Beyond acknowledging all contributions I mean.

Well the only reason would be to be listed on https://www.privacyguides.org/en/about/contributors/ if you want to be.

The main point I’m making is that pretty much everyone within the community is eligible to be recognized if they’d like to be, because we have so many helpful people here. Previously we linked to Contributors to privacyguides/privacyguides.org · GitHub, but this would only account for people who made Git commits, which excluded all translators for example.


I think it’s nice because it shows how big the project is. I am not caring all too much for the recognition.


Hmm, I had absolutely no interest in it before, but that is actually a rather good point. So I think I’ll get myself added whenever Github’s new-device-2fa-by-email stops having a seisure so I can log in.

@jonah I assume there isn’t actually any kind of verification of claimed contributions, so my Github and PG accounts being completely different is fine, yes?

It doesn’t even have to be with GitHub, that is just one easy way to add yourself. But I could add your @frostlike forum account, for example.

Oh yeah, you did say. Sure please do that!