An emoji guide for your commit messages.
Differences with the original Gitmoji project by carloscuesta
The original project's website contains ads since PR #631.
This project's website does not contain ads nor any other annoyance.
This project's webiste does not use any framework but only pure HTML/CSS/JS.
The original project's maintainers sometimes reject gitmoji submissions, despite respecting the contributing guidelines, or let submissions unsolved forever, even after discussion and approval.
This project's website uses the same gitmoji list as the original, but also adds the following rejected gitmojis, with an unofficial badge.
Improve developer experience(issue #214, unsolved)
Redo changes(issue #169, rejected)
Unofficial gitmoji submissions are welcome, provided that an existing submission has been rejected or left unsolved on the official project's issue tracker, despite respecting the contributing guidelines.