How to make a commit to an Empty repository

Hello Community, I believe you are safe at home. Please could someone help me with the procedure I can follow to make a commit to this repo.

I thought I would make one commit to it but it seems I can not make a fork of it since it is empty.

What am doing I want to generate quarterly statistics for our commits but I get an error that the above repo is empty.

How to reproduce the error.

  1. fork

  2. clone it

  3. cd into the repo directory

  4. sudo docker run -d -p 9200:9200 -p 9300:9300 -e “discovery.type=single-node” --name es-ac

  5. npm install

  6. npm install elasticsearch --save

  7. node setup-elasticsearch.js

  8. node fetch-from-github.js

@darius , @dkayiwa and any one who can help on this.

Thank you.

@irenyak1 Is there a way to simply ignore that module? It’s really just reserving a name at this point. There’s no actual work being done there. Otherwise, I can delete it.

@ibacher ignoring it is not possible, maybe you could delete it. Thanks.

@irenyak1 Done

Thanks @ibacher I will let you know of any other empty repo when I find it. :slight_smile:

Thanks @ibacher it worked out like magic. :slight_smile: