There, fixed it.
We developers have a habbit, if really like something we go through regularly, the best to bookmark is fork the repo.
That's how I do most of the time
Yes you are right, we do have our habits. However, I like to think they are as they should be, personal.
If I'm interested in a repo on github, I'll bookmark it by liking it. If I want to learn how the code of a complex library/framework works, I'll git clone it. If I want to contribute, I'll fork it.
That's my personal tastes though ;)
And that is the right way @S*K .
Updated, thanks guys.
But? But why? should??!!
Most of the repos you mentioned are just to read. Fork is not like a "like". If you kinda bookmark or like leave a star. Not fork it.
I love a good lists of lists!
thanks for share
Why you would want to fork anything without contributing to it? It's literally just junk and waste of resource.
You can contribute even if you fork a repo. You can find more info here: help.github.com/en/github/getting-...
I think you misunderstanding what I wrote.
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