> In that case, this is what we are doing. We have a corporate account which 
> is the "main" repo (this is where the project should be created) and each 
> developer then "fork" into their personal account. This could also have 
> been possible to achieve without such service, but I'll not explain since 
> it does not apply in your case.
> ...
> Then, you put on the maintainer hat, and select the company account's 
> repo, approve/merge the pull request. This create a new branch. We use this 
> approach so developers can continue working on the feature if not 
> completed, but as maintainer, we get a sense of changes. Next pull request 
> will not be a new branch.  When everything is good and tested, you can 
> merge it back to the develop branch by simply choosing "compare", select 
> "your_initial/feature-name" and "develop", then click merge.

Perfect, this is exactly what I discussed with my coworkers yesterday. We 
also have a corporate account (which I wasn't aware of ...shame on me for 
taking things into my own hands :-D ). We are going to move the repo there, 
then I will fork that repo for myself and follow the steps you mentioned. 
This is in line with what I was envisioning, which is a good thing because 
it lets me know we are at least on the right track.

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