Now that I finally got the command line working for me, Ive been using that exclusively. I didn’t know about Git Extensions! Thats pretty cool that it shows you the commands, that’s something that I really wish the source control feature in VS Code would offer because its super convenient to use but I feel like im not learning anything by using it.
In fact, the source control feature in VS Code confuses me a bit sometimes. I may have to search some videos on how to use it
Yeah I don’t know why, but that has not been the case for me. You can see from the first screenshot I just updated by push about 36 mins ago but in the second screenshot of the graph, it says I have no activity for today.
Depending upon your settings, not all contributions will show up on the graph if you are pushing to private repositories.
And, again, I wouldn’t make a big deal out of it. Personally, I think people get too attached to the pretty green squares and ascribe too much personal worth to their ability to make green boxes on a chart.
for some reason im thinking it may have something to do with the registered emails being different. I don’t see why they would be different but I remember VS Code asking me if I wanted to “claim the email” or something to that effect. I tried, but at the time I couldn’t remember my GH login so I couldn’t do it. It hasn’t asked me to claim the email since.
Ive tried doing
to find the email its using but no luck. I can’t find the email to add it. Im not sure why it was using a separate mail in the first place.
Hell no, just an image that turns up if you search for “github squares”. I saw others that spelled “HIRE ME”. I suppose it’s from an account that uses a script to auto-commit x times on day y. If it was a script, I agree @JeremyLT that it’s art, otherwise obsession, creating that image took 11 months. Or 20 minutes if it’s photoshopped, in which case it’s neither art nor obsession.