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  1. Contributing to a Project

    /book/en/GitHub-Contributing-to-a-Project

    don’t have push access, you can “fork” the project. When you “fork” a project, GitHub will make a copy of the project that is entirely yours; it lives in your namespace, and you can push to it.

  2. Maintaining a Project

    /book/en/GitHub-Maintaining-a-Project

    come from a branch in a fork of your repository or they can come from another branch in the same repository. The only difference is that the ones in a fork are often from people where you can’t push to

  3. Distributed Workflows

    /book/en/Distributed-Git-Distributed-Workflows

    ">Figure 55. Integration-manager workflow. This is a very common workflow with hub-based tools like GitHub or GitLab, where it’s easy to fork a project and

  4. GitLab

    /book/en/Git-on-the-Server-GitLab

    open a merge request from their branch back into master or any other branch. Users who don’t have push permissions for a repository can “fork” it (create their own copy), push commits to

  5. Managing an organization

    /book/en/GitHub-Managing-an-organization

    . Like personal accounts, organizations are free if everything you plan to store there will be open source. As an owner in an organization, when you fork a repository

  6. Account Setup and Configuration

    /book/en/GitHub-Account-Setup-and-Configuration

    projects, you don’t even need to sign up - the account we just created comes into play when we fork projects and push to our forks a bit later. If you’d like to use

  7. Contributing to a Project

    /book/en/Distributed-Git-Contributing-to-a-Project

    and click the “Fork” button, creating your own writable fork of the project. You then need to add this repository URL as a new remote of your local repository; in this example, let’s call it

  8. git-merge-base

    /docs/git-merge-base

    merge-base' [-a|--all] --octopus ... 'git merge-base' --is-ancestor 'git merge-base' --independent ... 'git merge-base' --fork-point [] DESCRIPTION

  9. SubmittingPatches

    /docs/SubmittingPatches

    /120473209 Follow these steps for the initial setup: . Fork https://github.com/git/git to your GitHub account. You can find detailed instructions how to fork here: https://help.github.com/articles/fork

  10. git-rebase

    /docs/git-rebase

    branch. If is not specified, the upstream configured in branch..remote and branch..merge options will be used (see linkgit:git-config[1] for details) and the `--fork-point` option

  11. gitworkflows

    /docs/gitworkflows

    side branch for every topic (feature, bugfix, ...). Fork it off at the oldest integration branch that you will eventually want to merge it into. ===================================== Many things can

  12. gitweb.conf

    /docs/gitweb.conf

    column with date of the most current commit on the projects list page. It can save a bit of I/O and a fork per repository. $omit_owner:: If true prevents displaying information about repository