On Fri, 09 Sep 2011 15:28:03 +0200
Johannes Müller <dersinndesleb...@gmx.net> wrote:

> I cloned a repository from github, changed my working copy and then
> forked the repository on github. What is the easiest way to commit my
> changes to the fork?
Add the forked repository as another remote (`git remote add`) in your
local repo and then commit your changes to that remote.

Say, you do
git add remote fork ssh://...
git push fork foobar

(Assuming you did your changes on the "foobar" branch which is same
named in the remote repo.)

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