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comment Is there any layman guide that explains how to interpret Github commits?
@gnat: Yes, I got it. I don't see how it can be useful in this case.
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comment Is there any layman guide that explains how to interpret Github commits?
@gnat: I don't actually understand how "no links" rule is helpful in this case. Yes, I can spend half an hour explaining what is what on the commit page and I can even spend an hour writing a blog post with that. Yet I guess there's a good guide somewhere already which I failed to find with Google search. How would a link to that guide accompanied with general explanation of what I should take care of not be helpful and how could it be opinion-based?
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comment Is there any layman guide that explains how to interpret Github commits?
@gnat: How can I improve the question?
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asked Is there any layman guide that explains how to interpret Github commits?
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comment GIT - What gotchas should newcomers to version control be aware of?
+1, I'd add be careful with git reset --hard - it discards the uncommitted/unstashed changes.
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comment What's the standard practice to prevent users from having unreasonable expectations?
@LokiAstari: I always hear that to counter negative user experience one has to be really impressive (preferably not spending a fortune on that). So once the customer expectations were not met for whatever reason it's somehow time to counter his negative impression and so be impressive.
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comment What's the standard practice to prevent users from having unreasonable expectations?
@LokiAstari: Well, publicly documenting a refund worth one peanut doesn't sound impressive.
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comment What's the standard practice to prevent users from having unreasonable expectations?
@LokiAstari: Will a 1/20 refund (in any form) really make you happy? I understand that 1/20 sounds reasonable - that's what you haven't got - but will it actually compensate for the fact that you were not served as expected in the first place?
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comment What's the standard practice to prevent users from having unreasonable expectations?
@Loki Astari: That would be such a tiny sum it wouldn't make them happy. Suppose you wanted to take a bus and a ticket costs 1USD. Now the bus came one hour late. Will 1USD (or 5USD) refund make you happy?