On Sat, 3 May 2014, David Kastrup wrote:

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

David Kastrup wrote:
Richard Hansen <rhan...@bbn.com> writes:

These three usage patterns are at odds; it's hard to change the
default behavior of 'git pull' to favor one usage case without
harming another.  Perhaps this is why there's so much disagreement
about what 'git pull' should do.

Should a screwdriver be turning clockwise or counterclockwise by
default?  There are valid arguments for either.

If you don't have anything to contribute don't disturb the people that
actually care and are trying to improve Git. Thanks.

No need to expand on the welcoming atmosphere here.

note that this is one person taking the "I don't see any commits from you so your opinion doesn't count" attitude.

the vast majority of people here do not take that attitude.

David Lang

 My heinous plot to
subvert the quality of Git has already been thwarted by making sure that
its "meritocracy" continues relying only on input from those with an
independent income.  I'm just sticking around until my current
contributions move into master so that I can summarize the resulting
low-hanging fruit that the meritorious can then pick at great fanfare.

The sooner my work moves from pu into master, the sooner y'all be rid of

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