For example, let's start a project based on the
inferno-starter skeleton which is hosted on github. Consider that we want to host it somewhere else, such as on bitbucket.
Normally the easiest way to get started is to fork the skeleton on github, then clone the fork to your local machine and start working.
One of the advantages is that we are not forking, therefore we are not limited to host the resulting repository on github. We can host it anywhere else or just keep it on our local machine.
git clone https://github.com/rolfen/inferno-starter.git cd inferno-starter git remote rename origin inferno-starter