You can create a fork on your own profile, then create a merge request
from your profile to yade-dev.

Then it will go though our pipeline, like for example this MR:

I guess we need to update docs about this.

best regards

Daniel Kiracofe said:     (by the date of Thu, 13 May 2021 10:17:03 -0400)

> Thank you Bruno. I think I know how although I have not done it
> before.  I followed the instructions at
> and
> tried method 1, but I got an error message "You are not allowed to
> push code to this project.".  I don't think I can do method 2 as I do
> not have GitLab Runners installed.  Do you need to add permission for
> me to push a branch?  My gitlab username is daniel.kiracofe
> >Hi Daniel, it makes sense. You are welcome to show this in a merge request 
> >(do you know how?).
> >
> >Bruno
> >
> >On 12/05/2021 14:25, Daniel Kiracofe wrote:
> >>For my own purposes, I have written a HarmonicForceEngine, which is
> >>exactly what it sounds like.  Identical to HarmonicMotionEngine, but
> >>applies proscribed forces instead of proscribed motion. Would this be of
> >>interest to anyone else? If so I can submit a merge request.
> >>
> >>Daniel
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