On Sun, 7 Jul 2013 16:30:39 -0700 (PDT)
Scott Danzig <sdan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I was just going to outline my typical workflow with Git, but I tend
> to want to make sure the reader understands what I talk about, and
> figure, even if there are a million things on the internet, it might
> be my way of explaining it that someone groks. I ended up adding a
> massive Git tutorial section. Not comprehensive, but enough to get
> someone going. Wondering if anyone here wants to have a look at it
> and let me know if you think it was worthwhile or not? :)
One minor nitpick: the official (in the sense of being required for
commits to the Git (and Linux) projects themselves) stance on writing
commit messages is that the first (or the only) line of a commit message
should use imperative mood, like "Add feature A" vs "Added feature A".
I think it would be cool to promote this usage in the tutorial as well,
but I think implementing this at this point would require reworking
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