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Subject: RE: [office] (OASIS Issue Tracker) Commented: (OFFICE-1700) Editor Note: Section 18.258 style:font-charset

Patrick, my understanding of "resolved" in JIRA is that it means resolution has been *agreed*, "applied" in JIRA means, in my understanding, that the resolution has been implemented.

A brand new JIRA issue could contain a proposed resolution.  

I think we need to reaffirm exactly at what point something becomes resolved.

(There may be a special case around editorial matters where you get to declare something resolved.  In that case, I suppose, someone would need to open a new issue in order to object to your determination.)

 - Dennis 

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Subject: [office] [OASIS Issue Tracker] Commented: (OFFICE-1700) Editor Note: Section 18.258 style:font-charset

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Patrick Durusau commented on OFFICE-1700:

Sigh, all "resolution" means as used here is that a proposal has been made. Even if I "apply" the proposal, the issue has not yet be "closed." 

We have to somehow move the issues through JIRA. I look for "resolved" issue to consider the proposals and make further comments if it seems unclear to me or to need further discussion. 

Granted the process semantics aren't what I would choose starting from a blank slate, but that wasn't an option. 

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