Dolittle has a default issue template when you create an issue in GitHub. The template is targeting bugs. For any bugs or problems, please follow the template.
When you’re committing you can reference issues with hashtag # - and the number of the issue. This will link the issue and the commit and the commit will show up as a comment on the issue. This is very useful for transparency and helps on discussing.
Creating a branch per issue is a good practice, this isolates the changes you’re doing and relates it to the issue. Name it so that it is clear which issue the branch is for; issue/# - e.g. issue/712.
Pull requests must associate an issue by referencing it in the title or in the description with hashtag #, as with commits.