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From Devin Han <>
Subject Re: Question about JIRA handling - reopen a closed issue or clone it?
Date Tue, 07 Feb 2012 08:10:53 GMT
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.

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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