Published the 2021-01-22 on The Stacy Harper's blog
To know what will be forcely pushed you can do this:
git push origin d575e61a:a-super-dev -fn
You can notice the `-fn`. The distant repository will then give you something like
To git.sr.ht:~reedwade/a-good-project.git + cfc907c4...d575e61a d575e61a -> a-super-dev (forced update)
You now can `git diff cfc907c4..d575e61a` (removing one dot) to display the difference.
If it seems correct, you then can use the same git push command, removing the last `n` argument.
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