GitHub introduces draft pull requests ↦
From the GitHub blog:
With draft pull requests, you can clearly tag when you’re coding a work in progress. Now when you open a pull request, a dropdown arrow appears next to the “Create pull request” button. Toggle the dropdown arrow whenever you want to create a draft instead.
Finally. No more titling “[WIP]” and co-workers still asking you whether your pull request is ready to review. GitHub is killing it right now.
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UI/UX Designer and Developer. Future private detective. I now have a dog.
Yeah, this is awesome. I actually love creating a PR before doing much/any work on something. It is such a great way for folks to follow along, review what you’ve done, and discuss as you go.
Jerod co-hosts The Changelog, crashes JS Party, and takes out the trash (his old code) once in awhile.
Hmm this takes away many opportunities for me to sing, “Watch me WIP!” 🎵
Perhaps that’s a service to society, after all…
Is there a way to change existing “[WIP] / DON’T MERGE / etc.” PRs to have draft status, now?
I only see a workflow going from Draft PR -> normal PR.
I had this same exact question! It doesn’t look like it…