On lör, 2010-07-24 at 07:02 -0700, Ron Mayer wrote:
> Instead of squashing every patch into a single commit, what if it got
> squashed into a perhaps 3 separate commits -- one as submitted, one
> as reviewed, and one as re-written by the committer. History stays
> linear; and you keep the most relevant parts of the history,
> while dropping all the development brainstorming commits.
But then there would be commits in the main repository that were known
not good enough.
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