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Adding an objective covered in the lesson #668

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@catsmith catsmith commented Jun 24, 2019

git status seems to me an important and useful enough command to be included in the lesson objectives.

git status seems to me an important and useful enough command to be included in the lesson objectives.
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@munkm munkm commented Aug 6, 2019

@catsmith I think this is a great addition to the objectives of this lesson. It's also helpful for future lessons, so really emphasizing it in the lesson where it's introduced is a good idea. However, lesson 04 heavily emphasizes git status too, and the questions and keypoints in that lesson are "How do I check the status of my version control repository?" and "git status shows the status of a repository." , respectively. Maybe you could modify your keypoint here to be "Introduce how to check the status of a local Git repository."? What do you think?

I think it might also be nice to update the question relating to git status in lesson 04 to reflect this too. Lesson 04 really shows how powerful git status is in checking our repository (and how it changes as we add and commit files), but since it is introduced in lesson 03 we may want to reword it slightly. I'd update it to something like "How does git status change as I make changes in my version control repository?".

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@munkm munkm commented Sep 27, 2019

Hi @catsmith would you like any help updating these objectives slightly? I'm happy to help if you need it.

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my main question is how does this pair with the in-depth use of status in episode 4?

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