Merging GitHub accounts - contributions and stats

Merging GitHub accounts - contributions and stats

I want to merge my two GitHub accounts (meaning transferring repositories ownership to one account, and deleting the other, according to&nbsp;<a href="https://help.github.com/articles/transferring-a-repository/" target="_blank">https://help.github.com/articles/transferring-a-repository/</a>). Do my other account will inherit the contributions number (and therefore contribution graph and activity overview) from my old account? In other words, what determines the number of contributions in a GitHub account: is it when the email address of the commit correspond to one of the email adresses associated with my GitHub account?

I want to merge my two GitHub accounts (meaning transferring repositories ownership to one account, and deleting the other, according to https://help.github.com/articles/transferring-a-repository/). Do my other account will inherit the contributions number (and therefore contribution graph and activity overview) from my old account? In other words, what determines the number of contributions in a GitHub account: is it when the email address of the commit correspond to one of the email adresses associated with my GitHub account?

I have read Merging two github accounts but it doesn't answer the number of contributions question.

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