Okay, so I’m not “new” to source control, but I’m definitely green when it comes to git and things just work differently.
For example, Pull Requests are still a black box for me, and as such, you’ll see I’ve made a bit of a blunder, but I think it will work out “this time”.
What I intended to do was submit 2 separate PRs. However, when I pushed my search changes to my master branch, it automatically made those commits part of the previous PR from that branch.
From my basic searching, it seems I should have just pushed a new branch to my forked repo, and then created a PR from that branch to the discourse/master.
Is that correct? I apologize for the “confusion” this may have caused. Chalk it up to a learning experience and I’ll definitely perform these differently moving forward.