How did I undo someone else's commit?

I'm trying to understand how I could have undone someone else's commit, in order to avoid inadvertently doing it again.

  • Someone else did a commit
  • I did a pull, then push and commit
  • The other person's commit is gone.

How could this happen?

The view shows that the other person  did not "merge branch to master", but I did "merge branch to master" with my commit.

Thanks

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So, the other person didn't merge to master but you pulled from master? Or were you both working on different branches?

Did the other person push their commit? Where is their commit missing from - their own repo, a central repo, your repo?

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