|author||Amin Bandali <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2020-07-26 03:57:18 -0400|
|committer||Amin Bandali <email@example.com>||2020-07-26 03:57:18 -0400|
edit: a few more small fixes
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1 files changed, 9 insertions, 8 deletions
@@ -33,9 +33,10 @@ pushes), and avoiding `git://` (no transport security) and `https://`
To use the `ssh://` method, you need `openssh` installed on your
machine, which is available on virtually all GNU/Linux distributions
and other Unix-like operating systems like the BSDs. You also need to
-download the ssh private key [[id_rsa_anon_git_emacsconf]] and install
-it into `~/.ssh/` (the `.ssh` directory in your home directory). The
-key fingerprint is `SHA256:XbUoLgO2YH9+phNPKvwq8w0Q/8NhaKfS/VE6pDwTPsM
+download the ssh private key [[`id_rsa_anon_git_emacsconf`]] and
+install it into `~/.ssh/` (the `.ssh` directory in your home
+directory). The key fingerprint is
firstname.lastname@example.org`, and its randomart image is:
@@ -95,8 +96,8 @@ repository you just cloned. When you're done, do:
git add X Y Z
git commit -m"descriptive commit message"
-where `X`, `Y`, and `Z` are the files you changes; and `descriptive
-commit message` is, well, a descriptive text describing your changes.
-When you are ready, push your changes by running `git push`, and if
-all went well, your commit should be pushed and your changes appear on
-the website within a few seconds.
+where `X`, `Y`, and `Z` are the files you changed; and `descriptive
+commit message` is, well, a descriptive text describing your
+changes. :-) When you are ready, push your changes by running `git
+push`, and if all goes well, your commit should be pushed and your
+changes appear on the website within a few seconds.