Pragmatism in the real world

Evan Coury: Keeping a clean GitHub fork – Part 1

Evan has posted the first of a series of articles on his blog about using git and github successfully:

Let’s face it, nobody likes a dirty fork. In this series, I’ll show you some of the tricks I’ve learned over the years to successfully maintain a clean fork on GitHub for projects I actively contribute to.

The first article covers creating your clone, adding remotes, keeping things up to date and working in topic branches. It’s definitely worth a read and I’m looking forward to the subsequent articles in the series.