On Wed, 14 Sep 2016, Jeff King wrote:
> I try a lot of different experiments with git performance, some of them
> more hare-brained than others. The ones that succeed end up as real
> patches. But I hate for the ones that fail to die a quiet death. Then
> nobody learns what _doesn't_ work, and nobody has the opportunity to
> point out the spot where I made a stupid mistake that invalidates the
> whole result.
To show those experiments, with analysis, is a really good idea.
I found the zstd experiment in particular very educating, as I wondered
about the same: could we maybe use it to accelerate Git operations? Now I