[Freeswitch-docs] Assistance from the docs team

William King wking at freeswitch.org
Fri Aug 29 19:27:22 MSD 2014

Looks great. Not sure how best to display this information, but each
pull request tracks the branch from the forked repo. So if they update
the branch, the pull request is automatically updated with the new
commits. This means the person who is contributing code needs to have a
separate branch for each pull request, and if a developer asks for a
change, then the contributor needs to make the change in the branch, and
push the new change.

William King
wking at freeswitch.org
FreeSWITCH Solutions, LLC
PO BOX 2531
Brookfield, WI 53008-2531
Twitter: @FreeSWITCH , @quentusrex

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On 08/29/2014 07:43 AM, Ítalo Rossi wrote:
> Here is the first version of the tutorial:
> https://confluence.freeswitch.org/display/FREESWITCH/Pull+Requests
> It's in Community -> Contributing Code -> Pull Requests.
> English is not my first language, so maybe there are some gramatical
> issues that need to be fixed #).
> 2014-08-28 23:35 GMT-03:00 Ítalo Rossi <italorossib at gmail.com
> <mailto:italorossib at gmail.com>>:
>     Hi Ken,
>     Sure, I can do this tomorrow.
>     I think it's a good idea to put some screenshots, it helps to
>     understand whole process.
>     Hey guys, can one of you help me out with a little process doc?
>     We are trying to encourage people to use Pull Requests for Patches
>     and there seems to be a little confusion on how to do this.
>     Can someone write up this process nicely and post it on Confluence?
>     Here’s the steps
>     Login in to Stash
>     Go to Repo you want to add a patch to
>     Click the Fork Button.
>     In the PopUp, name your fork (it will default to FreeSWITCH, but you
>     may want to name it something more descriptive. Example
>     freeswitch-FS-1234   where FS-1234 is the name of a jira you are
>     addressing)
>     This will bring you to your fork repo.
>     Go to the “Settings” link on the menu bar, go to “Repository” link
>     under permissions on the left verticle menu
>     Check the enable box under Public Access.
>     Click Save
>     Clone this repo, commit your patches, and push this repo back to
>     stash. (standard GIT clone, commit, push workflow)
>     Return to Stash, Go to the Main FreeSWITCH Repo, and click “Pull
>     Request” Button Upper right
>     In the box on upper left, select your fork repo and branch that
>     contains the new commits.
>     Make sure that the FreeSWITCH/freeswitch repo is selected in the
>     upper right box.
>     Edit the Title (it will default to the branch name)
>     Edit the Description (if there is a matching Jira Please Reference
>     the Jira Ticket ID at the top of the description. The description
>     will auto populate with commit messages from commits on the branch
>     not already in FreeSWITCH master repo)
>     Click Create Pull Request.
>     If you have not received feedback on your Pull Request by the
>     regular Thursday Bug Hunt/Patch Review conference call, Call in to
>     the bridge at 2PM US Central Time (1900 GMT) and ask to have your
>     patch reviewed.
>     Documenter, Please reference the Confluence page for how to join the
>     conf calls.
>     Thanks
>     K
>     -- 
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