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From J├╝rgen Schmidt <>
Subject Re: Question about JIRA handling - reopen a closed issue or clone it?
Date Tue, 07 Feb 2012 09:47:37 GMT
On 2/7/12 9:10 AM, Devin Han wrote:
> Yes, I am the default administrator of JIRA.
> Have given all of the PMCs the permissions  to manage project now,
> except Juergen
> Schmidt (can't find his JIRA count. so, Juergen please send your count to
> me when you see this mail ;)) .
> So, everyone, please check whether you have permissions to do what you want.

sorry that I am so quite here on the list but I am currently busy with 
Apache OpenOffice and hope that I can do more for the ODFToolkit in the 

My jira account is "jscoo" because "jsc" was already used.


> 2012/2/7 Rob Weir<>
>> On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 5:43 PM, Svante Schubert
>> <>  wrote:
>>> I have got a question in regard of JIRA handling.
>>> There is a closed issue, where I would like to add further changes, what
>> is the correct way to do it?
>> It looks like in this case Devin already committed the original patch.
>>   Since you're talking about a 1-line change, wouldn't the easiest
>> thing be to just fix it in SVN and add a comment to to the JIRA issue
>> giving the SVN revision of your additional fix?  Re-opening the issue
>> and updating the patch file in JIRA and then closing it again might
>> not be worth the trouble
>>> Can an issue be re-opened and I am only lacking of user rights or has
>> the issue to be cloned to be able to add a new patch?
>> It doesn't look like I have rights to do this either.
>> Devin, do you have permissions to re-open issues?   If so, where did
>> you get those rights?  Are you able to define the default rights so
>> project members can do things like reopen issues?
>> -Rob
>>> The issue I am referring to is
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> Svante

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