This is great :) The explanation is quite easy to follow and it explains
the concept of git correctly.
Can I translate this into Korean language and open that to public?
If you are ok, I want to translate this into Korean and share it on
Thanks in advance.
Daniel Juyung Seo (SeoZ)
On Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:33:41 AM UTC+9, Ryan Hodson wrote:
> Thanks Alex, I really appreciate that :)
> Let me know if you have any suggestions.
>> Hi Ryan,
>> Your Git Tutorial has been well and truly cemented into my bookmarks.
>> I'm often recommending it to others as it has proven to be an excellent
>> resource. Thank you!!
>> On Thursday, 10 January 2013 00:03:40 UTC, Ryan Hodson wrote:
>>> Hey Git Users!
>>> I wrote a Git book awhile ago, and I've recently released the entire
>>> thing for free at
>>> covers a lot of the basic concepts that beginners ask about on this
>>> list, so I thought it would be a helpful future reference for
>>> If Thomas, Konstantin, Dale, John, or any of the other regular posters
>>> had some time to look at it, feedback would be greatly appreciated
>>> (topics you would like to see added, custom configurations that you
>>> use everyday, etc).
>>> Hope you're all having a happy new year!
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