idk yet. again, one part of the philosophy of [[git-stacked-rebase]] is that i want it to be as little intrusive as possible. you should be able to do whatever the f that you're doing w/ your regular git commands, and they should work just fine w/ us, and vice-versa. the user shouldn't need to start using gsr for everything - committing, pulling, pushing, etc. -- the less of that, the better. ofc, w/o losing explicitness - if first we are working on a new command and we don't know the ideal scenario / workflow, then it's fine, but the goal should be to reduce friction while keeping the user totally in control & not doing anything unexpected, and also allowing the user to customise behavior if ever needed & reasonable.