When starting my current job, I was doing my first git rebase. But I didn't understand the command and wound up rebasing off the incorrect one. So my branch had dozens of extra commits that wound up getting pushed to master.
Thankfully the changes were reverted fast, but it also means I didn't see how spectacularly I screwed up the main site.
Almost experienced that while learning to rebase. Fortunately it got resolved quickly
Rebase should have a consumer warning lable😂😂😂
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