You can contribute in a few different ways:
- Submit issues through our issue tracker on Github.
- If you wish to make code changes, please check out above our guidelines about Pull Requests and the GitHub Forks/PullRequests model.
We have stablished a work agreement to provide a linear history, with at most one branch in parallel. We also require all commits in master to pass the tests.
For that to happen, this steps will enable you to get your pull request ready for being merged into the master branch. TL;DR: Always rebase to master before attempting to merge into master.
# download repo git clone email@example.com:bbva/qed.git # enter project dir cd qed # create your fork hub fork # create a to branch to hack on git checkout -b my-cool-feature-branch # ... do some groovy changes git commit -am 'some explanatory although a bit cryptic msg ;-P' # ensure your changes are in your github fork git push my-user my-cool-feature-branch # create PR hub pull-request --base bbva:master # wait for feedback (possibly master will advance in the meantime) git commit ... git commit ... git commit ... git push ... # once it's approved and ready to merge, rebase to master and resolve all conflicts. git fetch origin master git rebase origin/master # push rebased branch to your fork (the PR will be updated automatically) git push --force-with-lease my-user my-cool-feature-branch # check again that tests are ok, and then merge (this step can only be performed by developers with write access to the repo) hub merge https://github.com/bbva/pr/pull/42