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Subject"git reset --hard" on riscv for-linux-next branch
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Is it OK to rewrite history on my for-linux-next branch?  Since we got upstream 
I've started getting patches from various people and as a result I now have a
bunch of branches with independent commits on them. In an ideal world I'd like to
do something like

git checkout for-linux-next
git reset --hard torvalds/master # or maybe the latest tag?
for branch in $(list-staging-branches-for-linux-next)
do
git merge $branch
done
git push --force palmer for-linux-next

Is that an OK thing to do regularly in the branch I give to you? I can find a
bunch of information on how to use linux-next, but not for people in it.

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