Public repositories may be accessed using the anonymous git protocol:
This access method supports
git fetch and
git pull. Making changes to the repository is not permitted.
The decentralised nature of Git means that as a non-committer, you can still work with a repository and develop on a local branch. Use techniques such as
git rebase to keep your branch up to date with the upstream repository. See this section of the Pro Git book for tips.
If you develop code as a non-committer and would like to contribute it back to the project, please start a discussion on the development list. You will need to agree to the contribution policy before we can accept a contribution. You can then
git rebase your branch one final time and submit changes using