On Friday, March 22, 2013 7:18:16 PM UTC+1, Surya wrote:

> On Github,
> I forked a repo, created a branch "b1" from master. Then wrote some code.
> Now, should I send pull-request from "b1" or
> merge b1 into master, then send pull-request from master?
> what people do?

It doesn't really matter what you call the branch from where you are basing 
your pull-request. The deal is that you just make a series of commits, and 
ask that these be merged back to their repository:

origin/master (the original branch you branch from): A-B-C-D-E
b1: A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H

When you now create a pull-request, it means you ask them to merge F-G-H 
into their branch.

It's all explained in great detail here: 

You can choose this when you create the pull-request.  

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