abdullah wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 23, 2020 1:58 pm
I have tried to commit stuff without asking, but Github rejected ... ahh! wise GitHub!!
It looks like I've done everything correctly. It says you should have got an email with an invitation, and once you accept it, you should get write access.
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