Hello,

I know, I should never rebase published branches. But...

I frequently work on different computers and would like to share my private
branches across them. When done and the feature is in a good shape, I'd like
to rebase to clean up history before I make it available to other people.

I guess rebasing such branches would be OK as long as I can reliably remember
to delete those branches on _all_ the clones I ever created.

But waht if I ever make a mistake? How would one recover from such rebase
disasters? Anybody knows a good description how such a recover would be done?
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