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May 10, 2019, by Olga Morales.
When you collaborate in an open source project it is likely to be asked to make a fork of one repository. A fork is a copy of the project in your GitHub account. This duplicate allows you to freely experiment with changes without affecting the original project.
There is a problem when you fork a project, it is not going to have the last changes made in the original one, so in order to avoid problems when you try to push your changes it is better to keep your fork up to date.
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