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re: If you must use an additional tool to remember your emoji meaning, I bet other too are lost for the interpretation of the emoji, once the wow effec...

I almost always use both: emoji for recognizing the commit type at first glance and text for a clear and unambiguous description πŸ‘πŸ»

yes but even for the commit type, I find a word more meaningful than an emoji (and new people on the project / people reading commits without being part of the project) don't need to learn what emoji corresponds to what :).

You make using emojis sound like rocket science πŸ˜… we're talking about little pictures with clear content. A hammer is for fixing something, a scroll is for something documentation related. There really isn't much to learn πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ

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