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We will now create a repository to hold the workflow we just created:
cd myproject git init echo '# myproject' > README.md git add . git commit -m 'first commit'
Let’s add the workflow file to the repository:
git add wf.yml git commit -m 'my first workflow'
Sharing workflows via Github
Create a repository on Github. Once your Github repository has been created, register it as a remote repository on your local repository:
git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:<user>/<repo>
<user> is your username and
<repo> is the name of the
repository you have created. Then, push your local commits:
git push -u origin master