# Fixing This Repo's Network Graph

Tonight, I worked on my blog. Here’re something done.

1. Fixed a dead link in Using Octopress on Another Device in Blog 1.
2. Fixed url in _config.yml: it should be in lower case.1
3. Understand item 5 of Scott Cheng’s post on setting up Octopress.2 In May, I didn’t understand it.3 I’ve tested it in order to understand what it really means. After running rake setup_github_pages, _deploy folder has only local master branch, and no remote branch. Therefore, it’s impossible to remote the only branch there. To avoid conflicts when I push my commits on master branch to my remote repository in GitHub, I ran some commands as shown below.
4. Fixed the network graph of the GitHub repository for Blog 1.
• Original graph: Due to my poor knowledge on Git, master branch shares, as shown in the graph, a common node with source branch. This is wrong!
• Deleted locally origin/master branch and master branch in the remote repository to clear the mess.
• In the new graph, those two branches don’t share a common node anymore.
[owner@localhost ~/octopress/_deploy]$git branch -rd origin/master Deleted remote branch origin/master (was e745caf). [owner@localhost ~/octopress/_deploy]$ git branch -a
* master
[owner@localhost ~/octopress/_deploy]\$ git push origin --delete master
To git@github.com:vincenttam/vincenttam.github.io.git
- [deleted]         master


1. See commit 49f9d1b for details.

2. This Markdown source code of the post can be found in GitHub.

3. See the post in item 1 for details.