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조직을 대신하여 커밋 만들기

커밋 메시지에 후행부를 추가하여 조직을 대신하여 커밋을 만들 수 있습니다. 조직에 귀속된 커밋에는 GitHub Enterprise Cloud에 대한 on-behalf-of 배지가 포함됩니다.

Note: The ability to create a commit on behalf of an organization is currently in public beta and is subject to change.

To create commits on behalf of an organization:

  • you must be a member of the organization indicated in the trailer
  • you must sign the commit
  • your commit email and the organization email must be in a domain verified by the organization
  • your commit message must end with the commit trailer on-behalf-of: @org <>
    • org is the organization's login
    • is in the organization's domain

Organizations can use the email as a public point of contact for open source efforts.

Creating commits with an on-behalf-of badge on the command line

  1. Type your commit message and a short, meaningful description of your changes. After your commit description, instead of a closing quotation, add two empty lines.

    $ git commit -m "Refactor usability tests.

    Tip: If you're using a text editor on the command line to type your commit message, ensure there are two newlines between the end of your commit description and the on-behalf-of: commit trailer.

  2. On the next line of the commit message, type on-behalf-of: @org <>, then a closing quotation mark.

    $ git commit -m "Refactor usability tests.
    on-behalf-of: @ORG NAME@ORGANIZATION.COM"

The new commit, message, and badge will appear on the next time you push. For more information, see "Pushing commits to a remote repository."

Creating commits with an on-behalf-of badge on GitHub Enterprise Cloud

After you've made changes in a file using the web editor on GitHub Enterprise Cloud, you can create a commit on behalf of your organization by adding an on-behalf-of: trailer to the commit's message.

  1. Click Commit changes...
  2. In the "Commit message" field, type a short, meaningful commit message that describes the changes you made.
  3. In the text box below your commit message, add on-behalf-of: @org <>.
  4. Click Commit changes or Propose changes.

The new commit, message, and badge will appear on

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