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Only thing is I've had people say "nit" to me on things that were pretty subjective (like it deviated from their preferred style but was in no way a standard for our team). In those cases using "nit" almost seems insulting, like they've assumed that their suggestion is correct. I think "nit" is fine when it's something obvious (like extra whitespace or a typo).

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