Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:

> Now, realize that after switching the default, these "few people"
> have to live with distracting (or unreadable) output.  Because these
> people are minority, their websearch "disable colors in git" will by
> definition have smaller number of hits than "enable colors in git"
> the above claims people "may not discover it by themselves".

As my message says, "disable colors in git" already gives you the
answer, today (1st hit in Google). I'm not worried about the difficulty
to find the information in the future.

> We should be honest and say what we are doing: "it will make things
> easier for majority while making it less convenient for minority".

I thought this was what I did, but your first complain was I was
mentionning the majority, and you are now suggesting something about
majority/minority, so I'm lost.

In any case, feel free to change the commit message, what's really
important is the actual change, and it does not seem controversial.

Matthieu Moy
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