Fork a Repo on Github.com

When you create a copy of a repo that was orginally created by someone else it's called a fork. It's a remote copy, meaning the files are stored on GitHub.com. It also stays linked to the original repo that you copied it from.

Fork

  1. If you're not already there, go to GitHub.com/diy and click on the repo open-sourcerer.
  2. Near the top right, click Fork. Check out that animation! This means we're creating a linked copy of the code onto our account.

forking

To complete the challenge, upload a screenshot of the repo you forked (PS - you can fork as many repos as you want, but make sure you also fork open-sourcerer, because we'll use that later!).