On 31.10.2013, at 20:00, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:

> Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:


>> If you want to be pedantic, this is the "reality":
>>  ------------
>>      D---E---F---G master
>>  ------------
> You are wrong again.  The "reality" is more like this:
>      origin/master in your repository
>      |
>      v
>      A---B---C master at origin
>     /
>    D---E---F---G master in your repository
> if you really want to write origin/master somewhere in this
> illustration.

Actually, I kind of like that. After just reading the existing phrasing in 
git-pull.txt, I doubt that a newbie would catch the difference between 
"origin/master" and "master at origin". With this illustration, it's very 
clearly conveyed that there is a difference.

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