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On 09/20/13 01:38, Paul Davis wrote:
i'm aware of that feature of github and i'm using it myself in both
nevertheless, personally i only ever "github fork" a project after i
pulled a clone of the original project to my desktop, worked on it and
eventually want to submit a pull request.
git makes it so easy to handle multiple repositories simultaneously
(most of my git project have 2-4 remotes) and/or to change the URL of a
nevertheless, it's not very important - i only found it slightly strange.=
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