Follow the format:
type(scope): Capitalized, <72 characters, no period A longer description of paragraph text, as needed. - Bullet points and other Markdown are okay, too #123
Most commits are made in pull requests, such that it’s easy to find the discussion on GitHub. As such, it’s not necessary to provide a long narrative, if it exists in a pull request or linked issue.
In general, repositories should have only a default branch and pull request branches. If the repository is a fork, it may have a main branch for the source branch and an
open_contracting) branch for the fork branch.
To start work on an issue, create a branch, following this naming convention:
This makes it easy to know what the changes in a branch are about.
If no issue exists for the work you want to do, please create an issue first.