To fork the repositories, you will need a github account. This can be obtained through your organization or personally and is a straightforward process. Once you have a github account, visit our resources repository page and our reference implementations repository page. There will be a button at the top of the page that says "Fork". Click this and the repository will be added to your personal repositories.
You can now make edits to the resources and kits in your repositories without worrying whether you're going to break functionality. Now whenever you update your Izenda.AdHoc.dll to the latest version, instead of copying the Resources or RI from the zipped archive, you will go to your github interface tool (usually a command line, but GUIs are available) and fetch the upstream repository. If there are any conflicts when fetching, you can resolve these using a merge tool. Ideally, there will be no conflicts and your resources will be updated with both your changes and any changes made by us in development. This will allow you to stay current and prevent you from losing any of your own work.
Last edited by Kym, 2015-07-10 10:38:13