BarnsleyBloke No, I think you have the wrong picture. Github works like this: if you are not an owner/admin of the repo (short for repository, in this case evocms-community/docs ) you can only do pull request. Pull request is basically a suggestion to the owner/admin of the repo how the code should be updated, the owner/admin can (basically) do two things:
- merge the pull request, which means that the code from the pull request is included in the repo and the repo is updated,
- reject the pull request, which means that nothing happens to the code in the repo.
This makes sense as you should not be able to update/change other peoples code without them agreeing on the changes. So now we need to wait for the merge (I assume they will just merge it, there is no reason for them to reject it).
This is one of the reason why I think a well respected member of this forum should have some access to the evocms-community repositories, because then we can have someone that would merge stuff like this for us (and also set up other things, such as the docs on the new webpage).