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Discussion on: Use emojis to enhance commit messages

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Alan McKenna • Edited on

Hi, great content!

I personally use Conventional Commits standard, however what you say is 💯% correct. They can can be a bit verbose, specifically the header for things like "refactor:" which takes up so many of my precious header chars!

A new member of our team introduced me to this standard and I liked how fun it was.

The main thing is to agree on a standard that works for your team, because that enables you to do so much more.

Keep up the good work!

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About a standard, the gitmoji project changes. So yes it is needed to agree on a standard.