AirPair Social Authoring
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Updating your post on AirPair
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manual process which you can do, by clicking “Publish” during the community review phase.
Once your post is fully published, updating AirPair from this repo will
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Before you start editing, if it’s been more than a few hours since you forked this post,
we highly recomment updating your fork so not to suggest edits on an old version of the post.
Edit your fork with the tool of your choice and then use GitHub to create a pull request from you
fork with the original repo as your base.