For a long time I didn’t know that even writing commit message can have its own “best practices”. When I got in touch with git for the first time, this part was described with words like “…and here you can write something short about what’s going on in the commit”.
If you browse the log of any random Git repository, you will probably find its commit messages are more or less a mess. For example, take a look at from my early days committing to Spring: Which would you rather read?
Do you have an existing hifi system that’s too old to support Apple Airplay? Don’t want to replace it with lower-quality wireless speakers, but want to stream music? It’s a common problem.
Ted Nelson’s Xanadu is one of the most important and most maligned ideas in computer history.