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re: Ah, you mean for the case in which we use git in a truly distributed fashion, rather than the centralised way we've evolved with services like GitH...
 

Or even private repos. I have quite a few on my server that are only accessible by ssh and I have ingress filtering - and don’t allow password logins either.

You shouldn’t assume that people know all the features even if they do know how to do something else. And even if they do know they might benefit from it or think of something new! That’s the beauty of the Unix philosophy and the pipe.

Yup, but this article had quite a narrow scope. I could have explained much, much more, but I wanted to keep the message tight.

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