A way to send pull-request to Git repository is deeply in my mind and body.
In case of git repo. I would show this as a comparison of Marcurial repo.
$ git clone <repo url> $ git remote add junaruga <forked repo url> $ git checkout -b feature/foo $ vi something $ git add something $ git commit $ git push junaruga feature/foo
In case of marcurial repo. It's so hard!
$ hg clone https://firstname.lastname@example.org/ged/ruby-pg $ cd ruby-pg $ hg update <latest_commit on master> # Maybe there is a better way for this command. $ vi .hg/hgrc ... [paths] default = https://email@example.com/ged/ruby-pg junaruga = https://firstname.lastname@example.org/junaruga/ruby-pg <- forked repo ... $ hg branch feature/add-ruby-2.5 # Create new branch. Note that the branch information is included in later commit information. $ vi .travis.yml # Edit something. $ hg status M .travis.yml $ hg diff $ hg commit $ hg log $ hg push -b feature/add-ruby-2.5 --new-branch junaruga