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a4dbb8386ad7080bcd2877d9b82e4644bc7ed155 — EuAndreh 26 days ago b8220e3
pr post: Clarify statement on "Git federation"
1 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

M _tils/2020-09-05-pull-requests-with-git-the-oldschool-way.md
M _tils/2020-09-05-pull-requests-with-git-the-oldschool-way.md => _tils/2020-09-05-pull-requests-with-git-the-oldschool-way.md +2 -2
@@ 99,8 99,8 @@ In practice, I've never used or seen anyone use pull requests this way:
everybody is just [sending patches via email][decentralized-git].

If you stop to think about this model, the problem of "Git hosting providers
becoming too centralized" is a non-issue, and "Git federation" is a less
attractive as it may sound initially.
becoming too centralized" is a non-issue, and "Git federation" proposals are a
less attractive as they may sound initially.

Using Git this way is not scary or so weird as the first impression may suggest.
It is actually how Git was designed to be used.