Today I learned how to branch to create multiple pull requests. Then I learned that if you branch off an existing pull request and simply delete a file and assume that will fix stuff, you'll be very very wrong. So, as usual, I ended up deleting my swift evolution fork, reforking, and re-building all the branches and pull requests. (Fun. Not.)
Would someone on the team please close the no-longer-valid pull requests. And if you like, I have a bunch of new fresh sparkly pull requests (182, 183, 184, 185, 186).
Also: rebasing, squashing commits, and the like can make a grown woman weep. -- E, not a git-guru