Pull Request Process
We follow the "fork-and-pull" Git workflow
- Fork the repo
- Clone the project
- Create a new branch with a descriptive name
- Commit your changes to the new branch
- Push changes to your fork
- Open a PR in our repository and tag one of the maintainers to review your PR
Here are some tips for a high-quality pull request:
- Create a title for the PR that accurately defines the work done.
- Structure the description neatly to make it easy to consume by the readers. For example, you can include bullet points and screenshots instead of having one large paragraph.
- Add the link to the issue if applicable.
- Have a good commit message that summarises the work done.
Once you submit your PR:
- We may ask questions, request additional information or ask for changes to be made before a PR can be merged. Please note that these are to make the PR clear for everyone involved and aims to create a frictionless interaction process.
- As you update your PR and apply changes, mark each conversation resolved.
Once the PR is approved, we'll "squash-and-merge" to keep the git commit history clean.