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Git has convention "Co-Authored-By"
We encourage the use of Co-Authored-By: name <firstname.lastname@example.org> in commit messages to indicate people who worked on a particular patch. It's a convention for recognizing multiple authors, and our projects would encourage the stats tools to observe it when collecting statistics.
Actually, I can put "Co-Authored-By" to commit message, but I see it as plain-text.
Here "Leonid Mamaev" is link to profile, while "Oleg Tsarev" - just plain-text.
I propose to make "Oleg Tsarev" second author of commit with link to him profile.
How to do it?
Let's look to commit deeper
This commit created by "Oleg Tsarev"
He created it using "git commit --author="Leonid Mamaev <leonid@Leonids-MacBook-Pro.local>"
Bitbucket detected this string from commit and correctly link commit to Leonid profile.
I propose to parse also "Co-Authored-By" from commit message in exactly same way and link it as second (or third, or 4th) commit author.
I am talking only about Bitbucket web-interface