Push git cloned repository to your own on GitHub
UPDATE: April 21, 2019
Check'em out on the dev.to post thread.
You git cloned a repository from GitHub without forking it.
The problem is that you made a bunch of changes and want to publish it to a new GitHub repository.
What are the steps required to accomplish it?
Remove original remote and add your own
But when you try to commit the code back to GitHub, you get an error message that you don't have a permission since the cloned repo belongs to another user.
First, remove the remote repository associated using git remote rm origin.
Then create your own repository on GitHub.
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After creating the repository, copy the repo URL.
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Now, add the URL to your repo.
Now you can push/publish it to your own repository!
Wolla! It's committed to your GitHub repository.
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You can simply download a zip version of the repository, git init, then add the remote yourself if you are uncomfortable with git clone.
Git command is very flexible that there might be other ways to do it much easier. Please let me know if there is a way to do it without going through all these troubles :)