Done, actually the link was https://s.apache.org/lgk4p. I guess multitasking
put a comma there :/
I had to do it by and, Jira does not allow to change a fix version, only to
replace all and other stuff
Actually it was good, because those issues were wrong from this perspective
anyway (see in Jira emails if needed)
I guess there are more, but I also guess all committers are now aware of what should be
put in "fix version/s" field
Else it's defined here: https://s.apache.org/d8ru8
Le 11/09/2019 à 15:39, Jacques Le Roux a écrit :
No worries, I'll do it :)
Le 11/09/2019 à 14:51, Jacopo Cappellato a écrit :
yes we should indeed have used the "future" 16.11.06 version instead of
Release Branch 16.11 as fixed version, so we can bulk correct them now.
Can you (or anyone else) work on this (i.e. prepare the selection query in
Jira and then use it to "bulk change" the fixed version on the tickets)? I
can try to do the same but the link you have provided didn't work for me
and I am traveling until Monday (although there is no rush).
On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 4:40 AM Jacques Le Roux <
What about https://s.apache.org/lgk4,p ie issues closed since last
release (ie 16.11.05 in Oct 2018) with Release Branch 16.11 as fixed
I guess they should be rather using 16.11.06 as fixed version, right ?
Le 11/09/2019 à 02:00, Jacopo Cappellato (Jira) a écrit :
Jacopo Cappellato updated OFBIZ-10639:
Fix Version/s: (was: 16.11.06)
Cookie Consent In E-Commerce
Issue Type: New Feature
Affects Versions: Trunk, Release Branch 16.11, Release Branch
17.12, Release Branch 18.12
Reporter: Deepak Nigam
Assignee: Aditya Sharma
Fix For: 16.11.07
Attachments: CookieBarPlugin.png, OFBIZ-10639.patch,
As per discussion on Dev ML [
The Cookie Law is a piece of privacy legislation that requires websites
to get consent from visitors to store or retrieve any information on their
computer, smartphone or tablet. It was designed to protect online privacy,
by making consumers aware of how information about them is collected and
used online, and give them a choice to allow it or not.
The EU Cookie Legislation began as a directive from the European
Union. Some variation on the policy has since been adopted by all countries
within the EU.
The EU Cookie Legislation requires 4 actions from website owners who
1. When someone visits your website, you need to let them know that
2. You need to provide detailed information regarding how that cookie
data will be utilized.
3. You need to provide visitors with some means of accepting or
4. If they refuse, you need to ensure that cookies will not be placed
on their machine.
As this crucial feature is missing in OFBiz E-Commerce application,
we should work towards its implementation. There are numerous open-source
jQuery plugins available which we can use.
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