What's rude about it? Basic rule of PR is that your English should be proper and grammatically correct.
Adding '/' to link would be just weird, nd the newb grabbed an opportunity to make a shitty contribution to someone else's pr(or if it's their own, an unnecessary additional commit) . I would squash all those unnecessary commits before making a PR.
nitwhiz1139524d@2Large No this PR is straight up wrong. The slash in the end tells you instantly it's a directory, i guess it's wanted this way.
It's not rude it's fucken dumb and not thought through.
skyrocker10124dAgreed with Sauce. It’s totally okay to do PRs like those small fixes and improvements, that’s why we build CICD for devs! Think agile, merge agile ;)
But in this case the wrong part is that it is not a correct change so I wouldn’t even categorize that as an improvement, but a small degradation in the documentation
sadransh46322dThanks all for clarifying this
theabbie31920dMaybe he had good intentions, You should have explained him politely why unnecessary PRs don't help.