📄️ Quick start
This quick start guide is designed for those experienced with Git and Github to quickly begin contributing to Talawa repositories. Please follow the details below:
📄️ Set Up Git
If you’re already using Git, have a client you like, and a GitHub account, you can skip this section. Otherwise, read on!
📄️ Get Talawa code
Talawa uses a forked-repo and merge-oriented workflow. This means all contributors create a fork of the Talawa repository they want to contribute to and then submit pull requests to the upstream repository to have their contributions reviewed and accepted. We also recommend you work on feature branches.
📄️ Create a pull request
Once you feel you are ready to get feedback on your work, submit a pull request. Pull requests is a way to submit your work to a particular Project. The reason for calling it as a pull request is because you're asking the project to pull changes from your fork.
Fetching work of other Contributors
🗃️ Working copies
🗃️ Using Git as you work