3) Before starting you need to clone the repository you are going to work on with this command "rudder-dev clone <repository>"
4) To start work on a ticket, just run "rudder-dev branch <ticket-id>".
5) Write your patch: this is where most of the work happen!
6) When you are finished, add your files with "git add <files>" and call "rudder-dev commit" this will update the ticket and create the pull request for you.
Someone will review your code and hopefully accept it 🙂