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

> Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
>> It doesn't make sense to push to the upstream branch, so create new
>> configurations for the notion of 'downstream' branch, which is basically
>> the branch to push to by default.
> It doesn't?  That depends.
> To people coming from (and people who are still using) central
> shared repository workflow, pushing to anywhere other than the
> upstream makes no sense.
> If qualified with something like "When using a triangular workflow
> to pull from one place and push to another place" in front, I can
> see why having a separate upstream and downstream makes sense, and...
>> The upstream branch is remote+merge, the downstream branch is
>> pushremote+push.
> ... this is a perfect explanation of what a downsream is.

After thinking about it, I do not think downstream is a good word to
describe where you push to at all.

I'll have more on this topic but the above is the short of it for

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