I dunno. I think the diffs speak for themselves. If I want to know what changed, I look at the diff. Isn't that what everybody does?
ETA: I don't really have time to write pretty commit messages knee deep in feature requests.
That's sort of the point of the article. A commit message should be about why not what. What is only useful as an afterthought to support the why.
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