No code == no substance might be a stretch, but definitely fair enough.

I thought the idea was clear enough, but I can flesh it out if
desired.  The particular advantage I saw in it is that it would reuse
the existing object infrastructure, and extend to branches the
first-class treatment that [signed] tags already get.  I.e.,
generality.  Other benefits include the ability to fetch and view a
remote branch's object and its history (which would represent branch
history in detail and with metadata that would otherwise not be

I'm not interested in pushing something different when you already
have code that would achieve much of what I'd wanted.  At this point
my interest is in seeing if the architecture would be "purer" (in some
sense) by reusing existing infrastructure.

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