If you wish to work on an item you must first fork one of our repos, and then create a new feature branch.
This gives you a mirror that is linked to the main Herald repo of the same name.
Any commit you push to your own repo before issuing a pull request that mentions a feature number (issue number) will be liking from the main issue tracker on the Herald GitHub Issues list for that repo. This lets others know you are actively working on an item.
It’s important you keep you own develop branch (and any in-progress work) synced with the Herald develop branch. To do this fast-forward (not merge) your develop branch before you create a new feature branch.
Continue in this guide by visiting: Branching.