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After forking this repository, you can make some changes to the project, and submit [a Pull Request](https://github.com/octocat/Spoon-Knife/pulls) as practice.
@masamiya1

masamiya1 Oct 8, 2014

After forking this repository, you can make some changes to the pro
https://avatars1.githubusercontent.com/u/8124399?v=2&s=40ject, and submit [a Pull Request]

@masamiya1

masamiya1 Oct 8, 2014

After forking this repository, you can make some changes to the project, and submit a Pull Request as practice.

@masamiya1

masamiya1 Oct 21, 2014

After forking this repository, you can make some changes to the project, and submit a Pull Request as practice.

@arthtim

arthtim May 18, 2015

one day or another you'll start forking !

@geonz

geonz via email Feb 11, 2017

-For some more information on how to fork a repository, [check out our guide, "Fork a Repo"](https://help.github.com/articles/fork-a-repo). Thanks! :sparkling_heart:
@masamiya1

masamiya1 Oct 21, 2014

-For some more information on how to fork a repository, check out our guide, "Fork a Repo". Thanks! 💖

@marysayee

marysayee Oct 26, 2014

Lot of problems making changes after cloning to the computer.

+For some more information on how to fork a repository, [check out our guide, "Forking Projects""](http://guides.github.com/overviews/forking/). Thanks! :sparkling_heart:
@zdroid

zdroid Feb 19, 2014

There is a "" (2x "), instead of " (1x ").

@TRaveendraV

TRaveendraV Aug 3, 2014

Hi,
I'm new to kernel compilation and debugging kernels. Any guidance, whole heartedly welcomed.

@tumill

tumill Aug 11, 2014

Hey @zdroid,

Fork the repo and make a pull request. (https://help.github.com/articles/fork-a-repo section 'Propose changes to someone else's project').

@JennyJShi

JennyJShi Feb 6, 2015

jenny's update on Fork repo of spoon-knife

@penglongli

penglongli May 6, 2015

Why i always accept this page's e-mail?? What the fuck。。。。

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Hello!

For the coursera purposes, to clone a repo should we do it from git or we can use the download git for windows 2,0?

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mga1 replied Oct 28, 2014

Hi, what is there to keep or fix?

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geonz replied May 5, 2016

This is fun, NOT. There's no place to figure out hte best way to actually do what GitHub purportedly is best at - let me make a "new" copy and work on it.
I try and get all kinds of error messages, because I"m a new stupid person. (Okay, I'm relatively new to GitHub and I'm not stupid. Whatever.) I try to "branch" and no, nothing will commit because those files aren't there. Why not? Do I really have to download the whole thing as a zip file every time I make changes?
Maybe I should "fork" my own project if I need to work on it in different places on different computers. There's no place to ask stupid, ignorant questions like that.
Ready to bail and go back to "exit android studio... copy project with another name.... version control is a nice idea but not accessible to mere mortals."

LOLOLOL I hope -- naw, just wish... don't have high hopes... -- the cheat sheet does have a few directions. I "just" (it's simple! any idiot can do it!) need to ... "git remote," "git-v", have "push and fetch paths," and "git pull first."

I do appreciate you taking the time to answer... and thank you for confirming my thoughts that I really dont' know enough to even begin.

Cthulhu has visited this. ^(;,;)^

HEllo. I was here

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