I've accepted the warning that you shouldn't rebase a branch unless it
has never been pushed to a shared repository since it can wreak havoc
on others who have pulled the branch.

Yehuda Katz just wrote about his git workflow
http://yehudakatz.com/2010/05/13/common-git-workflows

He advocates using git pull --rebase, rather than letting git pull use
the default of merging instead of rebasing.

Is this good advice?

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