On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 10:28 PM, Brandur Leach <bran...@mutelight.org> wrote:
> * I've been generating a new OID value with the
>   `unused_oids` script, but pretty much every time I rebase
>   I collide with someone else's addition and need to find a
>   new one. Is it better for me to pick an OID in an exotic
>   range for my final patch, or that a committer just finds
>   a new one (if necessary) as they're putting it into
>   master?

It's nice if you can do it before the committer gets to it, but if it
ends up conflicting I personally don't find fixing it to be a big

Robert Haas
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