Combination of Git and etiquette.

Conduct while collaborating using the Git Version Control System (typically in an open-source {software} project) that is courteous to fellow developers, and results in a clear and readable Git history.
Committing only on the master branch is considered poor Gitiquette, as is using "git push --force".
by Thijzert October 16, 2012

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