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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0019881||phpList 3 application||public||14-04-19 17:57||28-05-19 14:58|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0019881: email header|
|Description||Please have a look at https://www.alangeorge-photography.com/lcode_30x_14.php, the proposed mod is offering some alternate message envelope tags.|
Would be intersting to be considered by the phplist dev team.
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Yes, that can be considered, but the way to do this is:
* git clone the repository
* create a branch for each of your changes
* send a Pull Request to get the changes reviewed by the team.
||Hi, I have cloned the last master branch and locally created the branch, however I cannot push the new branch to Github for requesting a pull request (no permissions) . What do I miss ?|
@utagawa Try this:
Go to the phpList 3 repo on GitHub (https://github.com/phpList/phplist3/)
Click on 'Fork' top right
Follow the steps to make a new copy of the repo under your own account in GitHub
Visit the homepage of your new fork on GitHub (something like https://github.com/utagawa/phplist3/)
Click 'Clone or download' green button, then 'Use SSH' link, then copy the url (it should start with firstname.lastname@example.org)
Go back to the command line and 'cd' into the repository folder you already have on your local machine
git remote add fork [paste the url starting email@example.com here]
git push fork/master
Then go back to the homepage of your fork from earlier and you should see a big button asking if you want to make a new merge request
Make a new merge request, and you're done. Someone will review your PR soon after.
What these steps do is:
Copy the main phpList 3 repo to your own copy on GitHub
Push your local changes to your forked copy
Create a new pull request for merging your changes (now in your forked copy on GitHub) into phpList 3 original master branch.