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What is your most unusual usage of Git?

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closed as not constructive by heavyd, joe, Arjan, BinaryMisfit Nov 4 '09 at 17:28

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This should be community wiki at minimum as there is no true answer to it. – Chealion Nov 4 '09 at 17:06
certainly subjective! but i'm unconvinced: what exactly makes this argumentative? it's CW, and it might benefit from a little more from the poster, but the feeling i get is that a question should be subjective AND argumentative to deserve immediate killing. note the faq does not prohibit asking subjective questions. – quack quixote Nov 4 '09 at 18:12

What is your most unusual usage of Git?

Early this year, Johannes Schindelin put up an interesting "contest", UGFWIINI (Using Git For What It Is Not Intended).

Here it is in all its glory:

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Temporary commit into a local

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