Explained an alternative way to fetch a branch.
This avoids adding each contributor as a remote. Thanks Fruneau for the report.
|@@ -76,6 +76,12 @@ checkout the branch and work from there::|
|git remote add <contributor> https://github.com/<contributor>/django.git|
|git checkout pull_xxxxx <contributor> <contributor's pull request branch>|
|+Yet another alternative is to fetch the branch without adding the|
|+contributor's repository as a remote::|
|+ git fetch https://github.com/<contributor>/django.git|
|+ git checkout -b pull_xxxxx FETCH_HEAD|
|At this point, you can work on the code and continue as above.|
|GitHub provides a one-click merge functionality for pull requests. This should|