On Wednesday 02 June 2010 10:40:53 Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:

> Also, my idea was this: I found myself in situations like this one
> being discussed, and my first temptation after finding the relevant
> top commit in the reflog always was "tag that immediately, then cool
> down, analyse the situation and think", that is, just give that
> regained precious commit a name so it's now "referenced".

This is always a good policy while you still have training wheels on.

Before you do anything too exciting put some sort of tag in place. Then if you 
get lost it is easier to find where you were before your adventure.

You can do the same for rebasing, merging etc.

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