fixed a typo in the instructions for contributing

caffix 3 years ago
parent 72a57b2b45
commit d85d92c174

@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ Now `origin` refers to the foo fork and `upstream` refers to the OWASP version.
So foo can `git push -u origin master` to update his/her fork, and make pull requests to OWASP from there.
Of course, replace `foo` with your git handle.
To pull in updates from the origin repo, run
To pull in updates from the original repo, run
* `git fetch upstream`
* `git rebase upstream/master` (or whatever branch you want)