Submitting changes as github newbie
#1
Hello,

I made some changes to the code that I want to commit to the github repository. Unfortunately I'm kind of a github newbie.

I created a local branch, so I can push the changes to the repository and then hopefully merge them to the master branch via pull request. But when I try to push the local branch, I get the following error message: "remote: Permission to cuberite/cuberite.git denied to <username>."

What am I missing? Is this even the correct way to go?
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#2
Hi,

You have to fork the Cuberite repository (top right) in the [url=https://github.com/cuberite/cuberiteCuberite repository on Github[/url]. After that you can clone that repo. The URL would be this: https://github.com/catfishery/cuberite. You will be able to push to this repository and create pull requests from there.
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(05-11-2018, 05:28 AM)NiLSPACE Wrote: Hi,

You have to fork the Cuberite repository (top right) in the [url=https://github.com/cuberite/cuberiteCuberite repository on Github[/url]. After that you can clone that repo. The URL would be this: https://github.com/catfishery/cuberite. You will be able to push to this repository and create pull requests from there.

Thanks a lot, will give it a try.

EDIT: Alright, created a PR; worked like a charm. Thanks again!
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#4
Sorry for double post, but what's the way to go if I find a bug and wanna provide an idea on how to fix it, but since I just started looking into cuberite's code I might miss some things that more experienced developers recognize immediately? Is a PR the place to discuss such things? Or should I open a github issue for that?
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#5
If there already is an issue made on Github for that bug you can discuss it there. Otherwise you can open a new issue.
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