You can fork another user's project by clicking Fork on the Project page.
Forking creates a new project under your account that contains all the files, libraries, configuration, and jobs from the original project.
Creating sample projects that other users can fork helps to bootstrap new projects and encourage common conventions.
If the forked project is made from a public repository and the parent project is deleted, the forked project persists. If the forked project is made from a private repository, all of its forked projects are deleted as soon as the parent project is deleted.