Jeff King <> writes:

> FWIW, I do not think it was so much rejected as that I had initially
> planned to implement it, then decided against it. Mostly because I
> wanted to actually get annoyed with each piece of advice before
> disabling it. Because sometimes the right answer is actually "make the
> advice better".

I am pretty much aligned with this position. "Make the advice
better" not only refers to what we say (i.e. the message) but when
we say it, and keeping the advice variables enabled is the only way
to notice when we are being excessive.

I'd hate to see any Git developers running with advice turned off
for this exact reason.
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