So here's a typical workflow on Github...
Like some project
git clone https://github.com/you/someproject.
Open project. Like what you see, but make some changes.
Having been careful to work only in a
git checkout -b some-feature), you decide to make a pull request with the
upstreammaintainer - after having pushed your
feature-branchto your Github fork.
Maintainer, for whatever reason, declines the pull.
Now typically, if the maintainer HAD merged the pull... the workflow would be simple... On my local machine, I would commit any local changes on whatever
feature-branch I was on at the time...
git fetch --all,
git checkout master,
git pull upstream --ff-only. Then replay my changes on top of that, as desired...
What if I decide that you want to continue working off the changes to my fork, regrdless... yet still want to be able to track + merge changes that happen
upstream? Ordinarily, I would delete the feature branch, and go on my way.. How can you maintain a
master branch that is able to be merged upstream, yet maintains your fork's features while being "permanently detached" from