I’m starting a “book” in GitHub pages, under a pseudonym, which has its own GitHub account. I have set the user name and email in the project to the pseudo’s name and email. When I make commits, my commit emails show my real name, and it looks (mostly) like the commits in the github repo are under the name of the pseudo, as I’d like.
The pages will be under the docs folder. Right now, the pseudo’s repo is public. I could of course pay the monthly (again) and make it private.
So my questions are:
- Is my real name visible as a collaborator in the public repo of the pseudo?
- If I make the repo private, is my real name fully protected then?
- Is there a better way to have done this?