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Remove squashing from contribution guidelines (#865)

Jan-Philipp Litza 3 years ago
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@@ -46,24 +46,8 @@ fix some bug, detail in the remaining commit message exactly how it could be
 triggered and what you did to fix it. If in question, have a glance at the
 existing commit messages to get the idea.
-Squash commits
-Most changes are trivial enough to fit in one single commit in order to not
-clutter the history. While developing a new feature, you are free to use
-multiple commits, but if your feature is to be merged, reduce the number of
-commits to a minimum. Even huge feature introductions like the 802.11s mesh
-(commit [2a93c58]) fit into a single commit.
-If you developed your change in multiple smaller commits, you can easily
-[squash] those before opening the pull request. While discussing, it is okay to
-do your changes using `git commit --amend` and force-push them to your head of
-the pull request. This way, your change always consists of only one commit and
-can be merged in the instant everybody is content with the whole thing.
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