Konstantin Khomoutov :

> ....
> In other words, that "origin/master" is "local" only in the sense
> that it is physically present on your machine, but it is not "local"
> in the sense that you can modify it.
> It is a "reference" branch, if you prefer.
> Really local branches are those you fork manually.

Tnx for this reply, very usefull for me too.
But can you explain how git will work, if i anyway modify origin/master 
, like
checkout origin/master
vim ....
git checkout -a

Is this repo broken after this? no more push/pull ?

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