Apparently “branching out” someone’s lawn or garden is one thing. Urban Dictionary describes Forked as “When you buy 4 packs of 500 forks and then go home late at night to someone you hate. Then you put all the forks in the ground with the finish .
1 : to give the forking of fingers the shape of a fork. 2 : (two chess pieces) attack simultaneously. 3 : to lift hay, throw, dig, or work with a fork. 4 : pay, contribute – used with over, out, or up had to give over $5,000.
40 seniors at Comfort High School, which is half the school’s senior year, have been suspended from school after parents committed a “harmless” senior prank. The group of students “forked” the soccer field, meaning they stuck hundreds of plastic forks into the dirt of the field.
A fork is a copy of a repository. Forking a repository allows you to freely experiment with changes without affecting the original project.
With the tips shown the plastic forks should work like a charm to deter deer, rabbits, squirrels and raccoons from raiding your crops.
Another reader, Shirley Fox, shares her own tip for using spiked sticks to keep squirrels out of your yard. Shirley Fox notes that she would try The Danger Garden’s cutlery hack as plastic forks are longer than most of the spiky sticks in her own garden and are therefore more likely to keep pests away.
Put plastic forks in the ground to prevent animals from entering your garden. If you have unwelcome visitors in your garden or your vegetable garden is constantly being invaded by nibbling animals, protect your garden by sticking plastic forks in your soil next to your vegetables and herbs.
Fork lightning is lightning that splits into two or more parts near the ground.
The forking workflow helps a maintainer of a project open the repository to contributions from any developer without having to manually manage authorization settings for each individual contributor. This gives the maintainer a more “pull” workflow.
The main difference between git clone and fork is how much control and independence you want over the code base after you copy it. Any public Git repository can be forked or cloned. A fork creates a fully independent copy of the Git repository.
Forking creates your own copy of a repository in a remote location (e.g. GitHub). Your own copy means you can make changes to your copy of the repository without affecting the original repository. Cloning creates a local copy of a repository, not your own copy.