Hi, Junio C Hamano wrote:

> Porcelain can keep track of
> mapping between b00:b24 for you,

Exactly.

> but you still need to keep
> track of b00:XYZ and b24:XYZ mapping in your head.

This is why I name my local branch "XYZ". ;-)

XYZ may not be an appropriate name for the remote branch, or maybe the
remote repo is *not* under my direct control, e.g. a shared-master style
setup.

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