Git and Drupal: .gitignore refined

Since February when I shared my .gitignore file, I've refined it a bit. Here's the new version:

# Ignore configuration files that may contain sensitive information.

# Ignore various other cruft
# Ignore paths that contain user-generated content.

The first section does something very important--it blocks uploading the database name, username and password to your git repository. I never worried very much as I have a private repo hosted on my own server. However, if you push your code to a public place like Github, you're just inviting trouble.

The second section is pretty much what I had in my original article.

The final section ignores user-generated content (uploaded images, etc.) and system-generated content (aggregated CSS and Javascript).

If you have any tricks for you .gitignore file, please share in the comments!