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Replace yoursite.com by example.com #1448

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requests directed at another branch will not be accepted.
requests directed at another branch will not be accepted.
Use the domain `example.com` as an example in order to comply with the

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I'm not sure that this bit of text is necessary. I think if people see example.com in the existing docs, that should be enough.

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kelvinst commented Oct 23, 2013

Revised, LGTM. 😃

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mattr- commented Nov 11, 2013

@penibelst Could you rebase this so that we can get it merged? Thanks!

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doktorbro commented Nov 11, 2013

@mattr- Done.

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parkr commented Nov 11, 2013

LGTM.

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Merge pull request #1448 from penibelst/replace-yoursite
Replace yoursite.com by example.com

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