Discard just removes the review request from any public lists. It doesn't
actually delete it in any way. I don't know how Reviewer A discarded the
review request, since only the submitter should have that ability. Unless
you're dealing with admins, but that's a special case.


Christian Hammond - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
VMware, Inc.

On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 6:55 AM, fts1050 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I might have found a bug (I am on r1537):
> I added Reviewer A to a review. Reviewer A discarded the review.  As a
> result, the submitter of the review (assuming other reviewers as well,
> but this is what I tested) can no longer do subsequent publishes on
> the review. The behavior is that you hit the publish button and the
> screen goes blank. In order to get back the to review, you need to
> modify the url. When the submitter returns to the review, it is still
> in draft mode waiting to be published. Only when Reviewer A is removed
> from the review can the submitter successfully publish the review at
> which point everything seems fine now.
> It appears as though discard simply removes the review from the
> reviewer's incoming list. If that is the case it seems that the use
> case above is valid (a reviewer should be able to discard a review if
> necessary without causing the review itself a problem). However, I
> admit I am not sure what discard is really supposed to do, so the
> problem may be with the use case itself and my lack of understanding
> of what discard does.
> Please advise. Thanks!
> >

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