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I am basically looking for some non-existent documentation on using RabbitVCS for Git. The question isn't eligible for a bounty yet. I think the most sensible approach would be a single community wiki answer with a list of git operations and equivalent RabbitVCS actions that grows over time.

It is not clear to me from these answers what would happen to the bounty if I assigned it.

Is there any way I can reward contributions to such an answer?

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What not clear? Bounties are not affected by community wiki mode. When you award a bounty to an answer marked community wiki, the reputation bonus will be awarded to the user who posted the original revision of the answer. – Shadow Wizard Jan 17 '12 at 10:02
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Based on Sha Dow's comment (above) the bounty is awarded to the user who posted the original revision of the answer. In other words, no, I cannot reward other contributions to a community wiki answer. I'll have to rely on good intentions :)

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Well, if you think that someone added outstanding information and deserve a "prize" then, assuming it can be considered new answer, ask him/her to post as new answer and give the bounty. – Shadow Wizard Jan 17 '12 at 10:46
    
that's good idea :) – d3vid Jan 17 '12 at 10:52

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