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I just don’t get why people don’t use descriptive commit messages.
Almost every commit of my team leader is “Made some changes “ - HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO KNOW WHAT YOU DID, DO I HAVE TO LOOK THROUGH THE CHANGES IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND THEM??
It would make way more sense to put “Added x functionality“ as the commit message so you can understand it instantly but when you tell him this he is like ”Jeah but I just made some changes”.6
About 6 months ago our teacher made us do programming projects in groups of three in order to learn project management. Together we planned who had to do what and until when. Now guess who did all the work - Me.
They did absolutely nothing and because I could only do my part if they did theirs in a correct manner I also had to do theirs too.
I always asked them how far they were and they told me they are almost done, but just before the deadline they copied some code from the internet that didn’t even work and claimed they wrote it. That way I couldn’t even report them to the teacher because “they did something for the project“.
It sucks to be the only one in a project that really cares.3