When you are working on a bug, feature, or improvement, you will need to create a branch.
Generally, it can be helpful to prefix a branch name with
bug to denote what kind of code a reviewer can expect to find on the branch.
For features or improvement, you should create a branch as follows:
git checkout -b feature/that-new-feature
For a bug branch, you should do as follows:
git checkout -b bug/fixing-that-bug
When working on the docs, you can do this:
git checkout -b docs/adding-those-docs