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From Antonio Gallardo <>
Subject Re: Closing JIRA issues
Date Wed, 11 Oct 2006 14:55:23 GMT
Hi Ard,

IMHO, we should leave open this bug, because the fixi is not finished 
yet until we update excalibur.

Best Regards,

Antonio Gallardo.

Ard Schrijvers escribió:
> A different question, but related to closing issues practices:
> What is common practice for bugs that are reported in cocoon's jira, but are actually
for example an excalibur bug? For example, I just fixed the bug regarding imported stylesheets
not invalidating the parent-parent stylesheet despite when check-includes is set to true (
But, it was in excalibur-xmlutil. So, the cocoon issue will be solved when a new excalibur
release has been done, and the jars used by cocoon have been updated. What do I do with COCOON-1909
in the meantime? Is there some wiki page around with rules or guidelines according these kind
of bugs (probably, but I just don't know where to look)?
> Thx for any explanation on the subject,
> Regards Ard 
>> On 10/11/06, Jean-Baptiste Quenot <> wrote:
>>> ...I think there is no good reason to keep the issue open forever if
>>> no one intends to work on it, especially as the JIRA is full of
>>> these...
>> Agreed - if an issue sits in the "feedback required" for a long time
>> and nothing happens, it means people are not interested in it anymore.
>> "Won't fix" issues do not disappear anyway, they can be reopened if
>> something concrete happens to them.
>> -Bertrand

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