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From David Crossley <cross...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (FOR-680) The jspwiki parser renders nested lists invalid
Date Wed, 26 Oct 2005 00:30:19 GMT
Gav.... wrote:
> David Crossley wrote:
> | >
> | > | You are a glutton for punishment :-) First you pick
> | > | an i18n-related issue which turned complex, now
> | > | taking on Chaperon/Wiki. Only persist if it is fun
> | > | for you or if you have a need. Thanks anyway.
> | >
> | > It does seem that way doesn't it :)
> | > It's a good exercise for me, the need is to
> | > accomplish the desired result and reduce the
> | > Issues.
> |
> | If it to only to reduce the number of issues,
> | then i suggest to leave it alone and get on
> | with something else, and wait for someone who
> | actually needs it to provide a patch.
> 
> The Issue was logged and raised by someone who uses it, I'm guessing that 
> they
> might need it but have no idea how to fix it, at least, they haven't jumped 
> in at
> this point.
> 
> What else would you have me do, if not to reduce Issues. I have no need for
> anything, its a wanting to learn and contribute. When Thorsten has v2 
> working,
> I will build a site based on that, and work on whatever that produces, but 
> in the
> meantime I'm still getting to know the innards a little more.

(Quick Thorsten, tell us when it is working
well enough.)

I am trying to ensure that you don't get burnt out
and leave us. Taking on such complex tasks as a way
to understand the Cocoon sitemaps could easily get
you confused.

My main issue is to make sure that you work on things
that are fun for you - says me who is desperately
trying to work on the current blocker bugs or find
workarounds which is not much fun.

Anyway, we all obviously appreciate your efforts.
Solving the registered issues is admirable, and we
definitely need more people doing that.

-David

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