On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 5:51 AM, tri...@samba.org <tridg...@gmail.com> wrote:Star the issue so we get an idea of its relative importance. I'd
> The ArduPilot project just lost a bunch of commits in our git
> repository because of this bug. A user who was not experienced with
> git did a forced push of an old checkout on top of our master
> repository, then other people who got the resulting pull errors tried
> to fix it by doing pushes of their own.
> I've sorted it out by restoring from one of my own clones and bringing
> in all the missing commits I could find, but this really is just a
> disaster waiting to happen with all git based projects on
> It is normal when running a shared git repository to prevent this like
> It not only prevents mistakes like what happened to us today, it is
(personally) like to have this option, but it's not a trivial amount
of engineering work as we don't run cgit on normal storage (it's
mostly custom storage).
> Cheers, Tridge
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