May I ask what is the correct flow to clone the boilerplate projects and push them to my own repo?
I successfully cloned the Metric Imperial Converter project, but then I may have done something wrong. I ran the following commands:
$ git checkout -b master $ git status $ git remote add origin https://github.com/camchardukian/FCC-Metric-Imperial- Converter.git // received an error because I already had the default remote origin setup via git clone $ git remote add orig https://github.com/camchardukian/FCC-Metric-Imperial-Converter.git $ git branch -M main $ git push -u orig main
Unfortunately, after completing these steps my repo displays exactly the same as FreeCodeCamp’s boilerplate repo including a long list of contributors.
My plan was to document my progres as I worked through the Metric Imperial Converter project just like I did for the calculator project
I’m not sure where I went wrong, however, and what I should do to make a “clean” or “fresh” repo to document my progress working through this project and show only myself as the contributor (I want potential employers who look at my GitHub to see this project as a solo effort with perhaps an attribution link in the README to FCC.).
Can anyone give me some guidance? Thank you