W. Trevor King wrote:
> Do you feel folks won't need a way to slow/disable 'git pull' while
> they build the ff options and their project's recommended workflow
> into their own practice?

That's right.

> Or do you agree that they will need some kind of helper for the
> transition, and just feel that git.prompt is the wrong helper?

I feel helpers are good when we are transitioning from an established
Git behavior to a new one. Or when the operation is potentially

But a fast-forward merge is not dangerous, an in fact it's what the vast
majority of people would want.

Even more, I'm now feeling confident I will be able to put a proposal
that allow a simple configuration to fulfill the need of these users
without affecting anyone else negatively.

Felipe Contreras
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