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December 2021

Created 11 commits in 1 repository

Created a pull request in programminghistorian/jekyll that received 4 comments

Update feedback.md

add banner and remove language about forks and PRs Closes #2423 add the reason for your pull request here Checklist Assign yourself in the "Assig…

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Reviewed 3 pull requests in 2 repositories
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Created an issue in programminghistorian/jekyll that received 1 comment

Create banner on "Report a bug" page

After several users creating PRs (from forks in their repo) directly to make changes to our materials, @anisa-hawes and I have decided to add a ban…

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