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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
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      I have come across the following errors in the current proposed public draft:
      http://java.net/projects/jsr348/downloads/download/Working%20documents/JCP2%20EC%20Standing%20Rules%20-10AUG2011-Clean.pdf

      Line 225, insiste should be insist
      Line 409, "Section 6" should be "Section 7" as 7 is where the EC jsr ballot rules are given.
      Line 688, "before the b period" should be "before the ballot period"

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        pcurran added a comment -

        As for blank lines, it's difficult to tell from the line-numbered version which are redundant. In general, if the various text elements (headings, paragraphs, etc.) are correctly defined I wouldn't expect to see any blank lines, since the elements would define how much space should be inserted after them. (For example, most paragraphs in the document are separated from the following paragraph by more than one line's worth of whitespace, but are not followed by a blank line - just for example, see lines 177-178.) Similarly, the headings on lines 173 and 174 are followed by whitespace.

        This leads me to suggest that any blank line is suspect. It may be necessary because the preceding element is incorrectly defined, but the only way to find out would be to delete it in the source document and see how it looks.

        Be that as it may, I'm pretty sure that the following blank lines should be deleted:

        9, 227, 229, 246

        I'm not so sure about these:

        3, 8, 644

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        pcurran added a comment - As for blank lines, it's difficult to tell from the line-numbered version which are redundant. In general, if the various text elements (headings, paragraphs, etc.) are correctly defined I wouldn't expect to see any blank lines, since the elements would define how much space should be inserted after them. (For example, most paragraphs in the document are separated from the following paragraph by more than one line's worth of whitespace, but are not followed by a blank line - just for example, see lines 177-178.) Similarly, the headings on lines 173 and 174 are followed by whitespace. This leads me to suggest that any blank line is suspect. It may be necessary because the preceding element is incorrectly defined, but the only way to find out would be to delete it in the source document and see how it looks. Be that as it may, I'm pretty sure that the following blank lines should be deleted: 9, 227, 229, 246 I'm not so sure about these: 3, 8, 644
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        eduardo added a comment -

        reopened to change the resolution status

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        eduardo added a comment - reopened to change the resolution status
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        eduardo added a comment -

        the line has been deleted.

        Spurious blank lines have now been identified in both documents as a result of (invisibly) erroneous formatting of some paragraphs, and has been fixed in most if not all cases.

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        eduardo added a comment - the line has been deleted. Spurious blank lines have now been identified in both documents as a result of (invisibly) erroneous formatting of some paragraphs, and has been fixed in most if not all cases.
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        eduardo added a comment -

        Waiting for review before closing

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        eduardo added a comment - Waiting for review before closing
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        pcurran added a comment -

        I've verified that the required changes have been made. We're done with this issue...

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        pcurran added a comment - I've verified that the required changes have been made. We're done with this issue...

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            eduardo
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            starksm64
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