Is there any way to associate some sort of note with a branch that
would be shown when listing them?  While I currently have things like
"issue/QA-42", it would be nice to have a note associated with it so
I could do something like

  $ git branch --show-notes
    issue/CR-88: make sure NoSQL engines support .CSV file backends
    issue/QA-31: add missile launch codes
  * issue/QA-42: support flying cars

as I currently need to flip back and forth between my git/terminal
and my issue-tracker to know that, if I need to be adding missile
launch codes, I need to be working on QA-31.  I know there are "note"
features elsewhere for commits, and I know that git-branch supports
showing the most recent commit (that's not always enough info to
discern the branch's purpose).

Thanks for any ideas on how to ease this pain-point, :-)


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