Junio C Hamano wrote:
>>   # on branch master, derived from origin
>>   $ git push ram
>> And branch.master.push is set to next?  Will you let her shoot herself
>> in the foot like this?
> It is not shooting in the foot, if branch.master.push is explicitly
> set to update next.  I do not see any issue in that part.

The question does not pertain to master being mapped to next; it
pertains to central-workflow versus triangular-workflow: origin versus
ram.  If the user has set push.default to upstream, she _expects_
triangular pushes to always be denied, and this is the first violation
of that rule.  I'm tilting towards building a dependency between
branch.<name>.push and push.default.
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