git sandbox for anyone to pull/push to?

Is there a git repository out there on github or elsewhere that allows anyone read write access solely for the purpose of trying out git commands (aka git sandbox)?

One can easily set up their own repository, but a single-person repository does not allow for a fuller range of trying out commands, and a multiple-person repository usually means there are people who are trying to get serious work done and therefore a “sandbox” would not be appropriate.

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    Don’t know. But it’s free and easy to create a repo on GithHub. Why not just do so and play with that.

    You can use the octocat/Spoon-Knife repository on Github for experimenting with git. See Help: Fork a Repository

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.