Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
> David Kastrup wrote:
>> Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
>> > James Denholm wrote:
>> >> Felipe Contreras wrote:
>> >> >This is a false dichotomy; there aren't just two kinds
>> >> > of Git users.
>> >> >
>> >> > There is such a category of Git users who are not
>> >> > fresh-out-of-the-boat, yet not power users either.
>> >> Oh, I didn't mean to suggest a dichotomy of any kind. However these are
>> >> the
>> >> two groups (I suggest) are the most immediately relevant - one calls for
>> >> change, and the other would be negatively impacted.
>> > Nobody would be negatively impacted. Who would be impacted negatively
>> > by having default aliases?
>> The people having to read and understand scripts written in the
>> expectation of default aliases.
> Which are imaginary.
And I prefer them to stay that way since then one does not need to worry
>> > And I have showed they are not problems.
>> You managed to convince yourself, so feel free to put aliases in
>> every Git you use and distribute.
> There is evidence for the claim that there won't be those
> problems. You have absolutely no evidence there there will.
As I said: you managed to convince yourself and may milk that for all
that it's worth.
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