I made changes to the wiki on 02.07.2021, created one file and changed one file. Then, on 06.07.2021, I made a change to another file and threw a link to this change to another person. Now I look and see that one file is missing, and I made the last changes on 09.06.2021. What could have happened and have you ever encountered such a thing? I'm sorry for my English, I'm translating through a translator
Hi @Mars Stepanov and welcome to the community.
This could have happened if someone made a force push to the wiki repository that resulted in loss of commits.
When someone pushes using the option --force or -f, they force the remote repo to get the version of their local clone. This could result in loss of commits if the user hasn't pulled locally any changes from the remote repo, prior to force pushing.
If you open this wiki on Bitbucket website and select the option 'History' from the top right corner, do you see any commits missing from the history?
If you are not the one who made a force push to the wiki, I would suggest talking with the other users that have access to your repo and check if any of them may have made a force push.
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