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From Ross Gardler <>
Subject Re: Environment understanding
Date Mon, 08 Nov 2010 19:51:49 GMT
I spoke with Pedro at ApacheCon. The issue he is facing is how to encourage the community in
question to address his contributed tests rather. Than just close the issues. 

As I understand it Pedro feels confused about the process. Are his contributions of no use?
If so, why? Did he do something wrong when submitting etc. 

Although it is not clear in this post I believe Pedro is looking for some general guidance
about how to approach a community that seems uninterested for some unknown reason. 

I don't have time to reply just at present, but will try and come up with some general guidelines
soon (unless we already have some hiding away somewhere on

Sent from my mobile device.

On 8 Nov 2010, at 16:00, Bertrand Delacretaz <> wrote:

> Hi,
> On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 4:09 PM, Pedro Santos <> wrote:
>> ...First of all I'm want to thank u guys for the presentations about the
>> Community Development on ApacheCon. I really loved the idea and with sure
>> will use this space to point out my questions....
> You're welcome, but this list is for discussions about community
> issues - technical questions should go to the respective project's
> lists.
> There's no set way of handling JIRA issues in the foundation, each
> project can do it a bit differently.
>> Time ago I sent some test cases to prevent an bug exposing 3 different
>> problems that it could generate. But at the time, the ticket get closed and
>> those test cases discarded...
> Looking at
> it seems like your test cases have been incorporated in the current
> codebase, but best is to ask on the Wicket dev list.
> -Bertrand

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