Pushing FreeCodeCamp commits to GitHub

Hello everyone, I know the basics of GitHub. What I’m trying to learn is how to integrate FreeCodeCamp&GitHub so that my heat map on GitHub can be all green.
I was following this doc: https://github.com/freeCodeCamp/freeCodeCamp/blob/master/docs/how-to-setup-freecodecamp-locally.md
But I got stuck where it wants me to run ‘npm run docker:run-once’. I am getting errors. I couldn’t find any other docs/videos. Watched the ones that seemed the most related. Any advice?

Welcome, melkiic.

I am not sure what you mean by this…

The only reason to fork and clone the freeCodeCamp repository is to work on it locally, for contributions to the official repository. Completing the lessons on the local environment does not get saved, and will not show in GitHub.

What are you trying to accomplish?

Oh, I was thinking I could save my progress on GitHub following that documentary. The reason I wanted to save my FreeCodeCamp progress on GitHub was that now I’m in the job hunt and the recruiters do care about the GitHub commits. Now I see that it’s not possible. Thank you for replying!