GitHub Instructions About Keeping NVDA Repository In Sync With Local Repository
The readme.md file on the NVDA repository talks about getting the source code, but does not talk about keeping it in sync. The wiki page at https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/wiki/Contributing gives instructions about keeping local source in sync. I feel it would be a good idea to change the readme.md file so that it points to the wiki page and consolidate the instructions into one place. Assuming the techy folks here think this is a good idea, what would be the process for me to change the documentation and submit the change? Should I fork the wiki over to my account and change that and submit it, then change my readme.md file and submit a pull request for that change? I think that this exercise may also help me make the docs more clear, and I can submit that, also.
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