When submitting a paper to a conference/journal for double-blind peer review, one usually has to anonymize source code, if there is any. In my situation, I have to do it in a form of GitHub repository. I know that people often do it using anonymous GitHub accounts. However, it seems inconvenient to me, and I am trying to achieve the goal using a GitHub organization, created from my main account. My question is: can you identify me given the following setup?
- This is me: https://github.com/Yura52
- This is my organization: https://github.com/Organizationnnnn
- This is the repository with one my commit: https://github.com/Organizationnnnn/first
NOTE: if you want to use this workflow, don't forget to:
- remove yourself from watchers right after you created the repository
- set user settings after you clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/Organizationnnnn/first cd first git config user.name "Anonymous Author" git config user.email "email@example.com" touch README.md git add README.md git commit -m "anonymous commit" # you can also anonymize yourself only for specific commits, but there is always a risk of forgetting this # git commit -m "anonymous commit" --author="Anonymous Author <firstname.lastname@example.org>"