Pull requests

Learn about what we’re looking for with regards to pull requests

All of the Dolittle repositories are pull request based. That means that nothing gets into any of the repositories without it being a pull request first.

The pull request as a gated concept means that we get to do code reviews and make sure the pull request adheres to the definition of done.

Remotes and Forks

Contributers with access to a repository can send pull requests on the specific repository. For others, create your own fork and submit a pull request from the forked repository.

Delete branch after accepted pull request

After a pull request had been successfully merged, remember to delete the remote branch.

Open a draft pull request

We encourage opening a draft pull request to create a space to discuss the work being done and get feedback early in the process. It’s a lot easier to change a design that is being evolved that one that is “final”

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