This past Sunday I did a livestream where I tried out the new issue forks functionality on Drupal.org. The feature is currently beta and project maintainers need to opt-in for the functionality. At the moment you can create a repository fork for an issue, create a work branch, and commit to that branch.
For higher education IT departments, it’s a familiar scenario. Your team is in charge of managing hundreds of websites that support different mission-critical areas of your organization. You are responsible for updating the sites, keeping them all up and running, and optimizing their performance.
If you use Drupal 8’s configuration system, then you know that one of the trickiest parts of using it effectively is managing configuration on a per-environment basis. Luckily, the Config Split module makes it easy to manage different configurations in different environments, but how to set it up properly isn’t always readily apparent.