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Commit type Emoji
Initial commit πŸŽ‰ :tada:
Version tag πŸ”– :bookmark:
New feature ✨ :sparkles:
Bugfix πŸ› :bug:
Metadata πŸ“‡ :card_index:
Documentation πŸ“š :books:
Documenting source code πŸ’‘ :bulb:
Performance 🐎 :racehorse:
Cosmetic πŸ’„ :lipstick:
Tests 🚨 :rotating_light:
Adding a test βœ… :white_check_mark:
General update ⚑️ :zap:
Improve format/structure 🎨 :art:
Refactor code πŸ”¨ :hammer:
Removing code/files πŸ”₯ :fire:
Continuous Integration πŸ’š :green_heart:
Security πŸ”’ :lock:
Upgrading dependencies ⬆️ :arrow_up:
Downgrading dependencies ⬇️ :arrow_down:
Lint πŸ‘• :shirt:
Translation πŸ‘½ :alien:
Text πŸ“ :pencil:
Critical hotfix πŸš‘ :ambulance:
Deploying stuff πŸš€ :rocket:
Fixing on MacOS 🍎 :apple:
Fixing on Linux 🐧 :penguin:
Fixing on Windows 🏁 :checkered_flag:
Work in progress 🚧 :construction:
Adding CI build system πŸ‘· :construction_worker:
Analytics or tracking code πŸ“ˆ :chart_with_upwards_trend:
Removing a dependency βž– :heavy_minus_sign:
Adding a dependency βž• :heavy_plus_sign:
Docker 🐳 :whale:
Configuration files πŸ”§ :wrench:
Merging branches πŸ”€ :twisted_rightwards_arrows:
Bad code / need improv. πŸ’© :hankey:
Reverting changes βͺ :rewind:
Breaking changes πŸ’₯ :boom:
Code review changes πŸ‘Œ :ok_hand:
Accessibility ♿️ :wheelchair:
Other Be creative
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josephmcasey Nov 6, 2017

What's the thought behind Metadata? What is an example of this?

What's the thought behind Metadata? What is an example of this?

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pbb72 Jan 26, 2018

You are using πŸ‘½ for translation, while Gitmoji is using it for external APIs. Also, internationalisation (which is used by Gitmoji) involves more than just translation.

pbb72 commented Jan 26, 2018

You are using πŸ‘½ for translation, while Gitmoji is using it for external APIs. Also, internationalisation (which is used by Gitmoji) involves more than just translation.

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uira Apr 9, 2018

πŸ’₯

uira commented Apr 9, 2018

πŸ’₯

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ukstv May 17, 2018

@parmentf Suggest 🐞 for bugs.

ukstv commented May 17, 2018

@parmentf Suggest 🐞 for bugs.

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