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    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    That's awesome!
    I would open an issue about it; you may have some people help you. Also, you could start a WIP PR and keep it updated until it is all translated, or do it all in one go.
    PRing a second file called 'README-es.md' sounds good to me, but I don't know best practices here.
    Moisés Ñañez
    @moisesnandres
    Nice, I will do a PR
    Valik888
    @Valik888
    Hi, this rules are great and helpfull, thanks for it
    In addition to Moisés, I can help you with Russian translation
    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    \o/ Awesome!
    Moisés Ñañez
    @moisesnandres
    I just sent a PR, I will be working on that this weekend
    Kate Hudson
    @k88hudson
    Wow, sounds great Moisés!
    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    Thanks, Moisés!
    Jaime León
    @jaime310
    Moisés, si necesitas una revisión de la documentación en español te puedo dar una mano.
    Moisés Ñañez
    @moisesnandres
    Genial, el domingo te presento un avance para que lo revises, gracias Jaime
    Acery
    @ACERY1
    hi i dont understand this
    (my-branch*)$ git commit --amend
    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    what's confusing about it? :)
    Acery
    @ACERY1
    i think --amend is like normal commit without --amend
    Acery
    @ACERY1
    thx i figure it out~
    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    Glad you got it. :)
    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    Hey @k88hudson! 10,000 stars! :star: :star2: :star:
    Acery
    @ACERY1
    wow
    Acery
    @ACERY1
    i started to translate this doc into Chinese 5 days ago and i found it already have Chinese Version today..
    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    :D It happens.
    Kate Hudson
    @k88hudson
    Woohoo!
    @Acery you could always compare/proofread what's there if you're up for it, that's always helpful
    Jaime León
    @jaime310
    @moisesnandres Perfecto, encantado de ayudar… necesitas mi email?
    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    @k88hudson (or anyone else) want to help edit the proposal?
    Raju Jha
    @rajujha373
    hello guys im Raju jha from Delhi, India. Looking forward for having a good time with the community :)
    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    Hey Raju! It's pretty quiet here (obviously), but feel free to ping whenever.
    Raju Jha
    @rajujha373
    Thank you @RichardLitt . Its so kind of you
    Raju Jha
    @rajujha373
    Hi guys, I need some help regarding GIT. I have unknowingly commited some changes to my master branch and pushed it to my github and created a pull request via my master branch ... Now i want to revert those commits to my master branch ... but whatever I do is reflected to my pull request. How can i sync my master branch of forked repo to the original repo?
    Dinesh Pandiyan
    @flexdinesh
    @rajujha373
    1. You need to create a new remote in your local and point it to the original repo
      git remote add upstream {original repo url}
    2. Fetch from original repo
      git fetch upstream
    3. Reset your local repo based on original repo
      git reset —hard upstream/master
    4. Force push your changes to forked repo
      git push -f origin master
    5. Pull request should probably automatically get deleted.
    6. Never land into a situation where you need to force push again. It’s bad practice.
    Raju Jha
    @rajujha373
    Thank you @flexdinesh .. I got my repo in sync with original repo.. and I will try my best not to land on this type of situation again
    and what about the pull request? will I have to make the changes and create a new PR all over again?
    Dinesh Pandiyan
    @flexdinesh
    Yes, you might have to create a new PR again.
    Raju Jha
    @rajujha373
    well, thanks for your help mate :)
    Dinesh Pandiyan
    @flexdinesh
    Anytime : )
    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    Hey @rajujha373! And thanks @flexdinesh.
    First, GIT can just be typed Git. It's not an acronym.
    As far as I know, there's no way to change the branch of a pullrequest on GitHub, so you will have to do as @flexdinesh suggested. Raises an interesting point, though - is this possible? And is this workflow documented?
    This isn't really a git, thing, though - it's a GitHub issue. @k88hudson What do you think about GitHub issues? Maybe we should create an alternative GitHub list.
    Raju Jha
    @rajujha373
    ahh got it @RichardLitt
    Alsanfor
    @Alkadisa10
    Hi
    How are you
    Raju Jha
    @rajujha373
    Can you please specify who do you mean by you here... :smile: btw im great, thanks for askin😂
    Morris Mulitu
    @MorrisMuuoMulitu
    Glad
    Rgustave
    @Rgustave
    :)
    maokr
    @maokr
    hi
    Richard Littauer
    @RichardLitt
    Hey.