Finally, I was able to send two patches for the review, here and here. Merging them will teach the interactive rebase the art of ignoring whitespace changes and lying about the committer date (by changing it to the author date). Since the patches were dependent on each other, in essence, they had overlapping codes, I had to base my second patch on the first. Because they were sent during weekends, they didn’t receive any comments yet. But believe it will soon receive their critical eye soon.
My college will re-open very soon, but I don’t think that will hinder me from my work at Git. Workflow at Git allows even a busy student to work on his project without any (say) “delays” since the community is spread across the globe, we are sure to receive the reviews ‘round the clock.
I’ll start working on --ignore-date flag which will help us “lie” about the author date by ignoring the date author date in the patches and using the time of commit. Actually, I’ve already started working on this and soon will submit a draft PR on GitHub.