This article stems from me backing up this website via github using the git version control system. This helps always keep a back up of the site and files. This will also allow a rolling update of the site, all documented change by change. So just like any other version control system, this gives you the ability to roll back to any point in history if something were to go awry.
So you want to try out AOKP...come play with us :)
You have this awesome new android phone and now you want to put a custom ROM on it. First off, you are going to need to root the device and then be able to flash a custom recovery on the phone. This article will not be covering that and can be read up on further in the Other Resources section at the bottom. Once done with the rooting and recovery process though, feel free to read through what is about to come as I cover everything from that point on.
Git, Part 2 - Remote hosts
Well, picking up where I left off from the previous git article, this one is going to be all sorts of craziness. I will be covering the parts of git that took me a while to get used to and wrap my head around at times. Basically taking that local git repo that we created earlier and interacting with remote hosts or forks of the same project. So buckle up, sit tight, and lets go.