Git workflow and links

I’m setting up a real. honest-to-goodness public opensource project, which is an opportunity to learn more about the software that I kind of take for granted. I use Git for version control, you should use it too, and store a lot of files on GitHub. Apparently people really like “no fast-forward” merges and I’ve never really understood it so I looked into it some more and decided that I’m quite happy with rebasing heavily (it seems like you can get the apparent benefits of no-ff just by tagging a lot, so I’m still a little mystified by its attraction).

This post is really an excuse for me to have a place to put these links, obviously.

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