Following the directions on this page, which I found easy to perform ...
... I renamed our default branches to 'main'.
If you have a clone of one of our repos you need to do the following
steps, as described in the docs above.
git branch -m master main
git fetch origin
git branch -u origin/main main
If it complains after the first step that 'main' already exists, proceed
forward and it should finish with"
Branch 'main' set up to track remote branch 'main' from
This concludes issue #106.
I'm relieved this is done. I've been putting work into
and hadn't come back to clean up our own
house. Well, every little turn of the wrench and sweep of the broom it is.
 A clone meaning, you have gone to the command line and run 'git
clone url_from_github_for_cloning'. If yes, these are the three repos I
changed and you will need to run the above commands for each repo:
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