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adding --mirror to initial clone. This fixes #6

--mirror makes the repository a complete copy and a bare repository. This is how it should be for a 'remote' repository
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Technically a Git Kata is a branch in the <a href="https://github.com/schauder/gitkata">Git Kata repository</a>. In order to do the kata, you clone the repository:
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-<tt>git clone https://github.com/schauder/gitkata.git</tt>
+<tt>git clone https://github.com/schauder/gitkata.git --mirror</tt>
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Then you clone that repository once more. This allows you to actually push commits, which is part of some katas. We use <tt>kataWork</tt> as the directory for the new repository:

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