I forked a GitHub repo, cloned my fork locally and add the remote "upstream" to point to the original repo. It appears everything is set up correctly, but "git log" and gitk only show branches from origin (my fork) and not upstream.
I have another machine on which everything works fine. The setup appears the same on both machines. What am I missing?
git clone https://github.com:johnpankowicz/govmeeting.git
git remote add upstream https://github.com/govmeeting/govmeeting.git
git branch --set-upstream master upstream/master
git fetch upstream
dd98b4a (origin/master, master) Minor fixes in register. Documentation and minor UI changes. (#35)
dd98b4a (upstream/master, origin/master, master) Minor fixes in register. Documentation and minor UI changes. (#35)
origin https://github.com/johnpankowicz/govmeeting.git (fetch)
origin https://github.com/johnpankowicz/govmeeting.git (push)
upstream https://github.com/govmeeting/govmeeting.git (fetch)
upstream https://github.com/govmeeting/govmeeting.git (push)
* remote upstream
Fetch URL: https://github.com/govmeeting/govmeeting.git
Push URL: https://github.com/govmeeting/govmeeting.git
HEAD branch: master
Local ref configured for 'git push':
master pushes to master (local out of date)
... etc. ...
If upstream/master has been committed to, the relevant commit is no longer its HEAD, and won't be mentioned by git log. The other machine hasn't received the new commit yet.