[sword-devel] The Lexham English Bible (module LEB)

Troy A. Griffitts scribe at crosswire.org
Thu Apr 15 19:19:21 MST 2010

Awe Karl :)

Just because _I_ ignore Jira (quite unintentionally, I usually hear 
about real bugs from you guys live on #sword), doesn't mean everyone who 
might ever contribute to the engine will ignore Jira.  I did log in (for 
the first time this year) recently and rearrange release versions for 
the engine.

But in all seriousness.  I should use our bug tracker more.  My emails 
to sword-devel a week before release asking if we've taken care of all 
outstanding issues really aren't very efficient.  And I really do hope 
others who are looking to contribute toward the engine might find our 
bug track a good place to start.

Just because I DON'T use it, doesn't mean I SHOULDN'T use it.

But anyway, I've always thought of the Xiphos guys as the maintainers of 
the HTML filters in the engine.  If it helps remind you that you need to 
update them, then you should put a bug in Jira for you :)


On 4/15/2010 9:49 AM, Karl Kleinpaste wrote:
> Chris Little<chrislit at crosswire.org>  writes:
>> Any spacing or feature rendering issues are filter bugs. (So please do
>> file them in JIRA, but as filter bugs, not module bugs.)
> Sorry, no.
> Currently in JIRA are these 2 bugs:
> http://crosswire.org/bugs/browse/API-76
> http://crosswire.org/bugs/browse/API-77
> Present in JIRA since 10/Jul/07.  I didn't even remember that I had
> reported them; I wrote about them here in sword-devel again just a
> couple weeks ago, oblivious to my own previous reporting of them.
> I'm not filing any more engine bugs in a system where reports are
> ignored for more than 2.5 years.
> Again, sorry, but...let's be serious, shall we?
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