On Fri, Apr 11, 2014 at 3:24 PM, Felipe Contreras
> Moreover, even the black ones have the issue I already mentioned; they
> picture the equivalent of two root commits (with no parents) that are
> immediately merged, and the history continues, but who is interested in
> the initial commits? And who has multiple root commits? No one.
> My version of the logo is the equivalent of to head commits that diverge
> from a common one, which is extremely common; everybody works on the
> latest commits, and has multiple branches.
The red logo looks like a merge to me, and a merge with master means
'success' to me.
Branching off means new attempts, but they may or may not end up in master.
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