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From Tim Barham <>
Subject Assigning JIRA issues to myself...
Date Sat, 14 Mar 2015 00:46:58 GMT
Hey Jesse (or someone else with rights)... Could you give me rights in JIRA so I can assign
bugs to myself?



From: Jesse []
Sent: Saturday, March 14, 2015 8:14 AM
Subject: Re: Introduction for Julian Horn

Hello and welcome (back?) Julian!
I have added you as an assignable user in JIRA, and assigned this issue to
you. You also should be able to assign issues to yourself now.

Regarding this specific issue, I think I agree with Joe's comment in JIRA
that this is probably not a bug.  There are literally millions of stupid
things that people can do to their projects to break them, and I think if
we fix stupid in code, we perpetuate it.

Not a requirement, but I would recommend you share your proposed solution
to this before you spend a large chunk of time on it.


On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:55 PM, Shazron <> wrote:

> Welcome!
> You mean of course ;)
> On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:20 PM, Horn, Julian C <>
> wrote:
> > Hello!  I am Julian Horn.  I'm a software engineer in the Intel XDK
> team.  I am the team lead for the Device Emulator component, our derivative
> of the Ripple emulator.
> >
> > I have signed and sent in an individual contributor agreement, and my
> company has a corporate contributor agreement signed.
> > I have posted mail to this mail list and to the ripple mailing list
> before, but this will be my first contribution.
> >
> > To get my feet wet, I would like to take on CT-7792.  This is a small
> JIRA I filed that complains about what happens if a user accidentally codes
> two <script> tags for cordova.js.
> > How do I go about getting this JIRA assigned to me?
> >
> > While this is a fairly trivial issue, we have found this is a common
> mistake that new users make, especially when they are developing an
> application from building blocks.  People can become confused about whether
> the <script> tag is already in the template or whether they have to add it
> themselves and they end up with two.  The behavior you get when you make
> this mistake and you run in the Device Emulator is bizarre, to say the
> least.  That's why I want to fix this.
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