just joined the forums, my very first post!
I would like to contribute to Hugo docs — ie: the documentation site at https://gohugo.io.
What I am not sure is wether I should work on the
master branch or in
What’s the difference between them? Which one should I fork and branch from, and to which one should I create pull requests to?
I’ve been reading the various pages on contributing, but I’m still confused on the branches…
Tristano Ajmone (Italy)
v0.16.docs = what gets deployed to http://gohugo.io/
We work on the master branch. For documentation we also merge the relevant changes into the v0.16.docs (the docs about the existing features).
Does it mean that
v0.16.docs branch has extra material?
My idea was to contribute to the website. If I’ve understood correctly, I just serve the
/docs/ folder of
master branch as a Hugo project, branch it and work on it; and merging to the website branch is taken care automagically (or by admins), so I shouldn’t worry about it, just stick to
master and I’m fine. Is that correct?
So the guidelines are the same, regarding document contents.
No, the other way around: Master will, eventually, have extra meterial.
In short: Create PRs on master.