They'll have to synchronise their history to ours to be
able to make a PR. And if they don't, it doesn't matter for us
what they do with the data anyway since they are responsible for
maintaining it and keeping it relevant if they need to, not us
That is not a very collaborative mindset.
Can somebody give an example of when we force-pushed before? Surely there should be a PEP outlining when we force push and how we communicate this to our "consumers" before/when we do so?
Plus, since it's the PEPs repo, it's tightly bould to the Python
project -- the usefulness of a fork disconnected from it is pretty
It partially serves as documentation for the Python project, so mirroring it and its documentation (in git form or in its presented form) can definitely have a use, for example, if you are an environment that has no internet access (common in secret government work, and I am sure their IT team will be even less pleased that they have to do something by hand and overwrite history!).