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Jessica Kerr "Git Happens" - YouTube
So, 'git rebase -i' allows you to "pick" some commits to have their own commit in the origin's history (possibly out of order) and choose to "squash" other commits (like when I do 'checkpoint' commits, or Jessica's example of 'Going to lunch') so that they don't clutter up the origin repository's history.
git  gitrebase  conference  talk  video  whenthingsgowrong  explained  epiphany 
september 2014 by kme
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