I've been using Git for years, but only recently I started working for a 
big company where they use `git rebase` to maintain a linear history.

One problem I have with this is that when I rebase a branch, I can't push 
it to the remote again, I have to use `--force` because the remote has a 
different history, before the rebase.

I don't like this because using `--force` means that if there were more 
commits in that remote that weren't pulled, they'd be garbage-collected!

Is there a way to avoid this? (Aside from pre-checking manually on the repo 
using `git fetch`.) I want something like `push --force` except it doesn't 
discard actual commits, only commits that have been reordered due to 


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