The test is now passing indeed but this is part of the continuous Zorba testing 
At one point the GPS coordibates returned for this test contained more decimals 
than the expected result and this cause the test to fail.
Instead of the expected result:
38.725735 -9.15021
something like this was returned:
38.72573501 -9.1502110

In order to avoid such problems in the future, could we change the test such 
that the decimals does not count?
For instance we could cast the returned values to xs:integer, what do you think?

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  unit-convert test should not hit the web

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Bug description:
  The unit-conversion data-cleaning library uses a web service.
  Currently that web service isn't responding, leading to remote queue
  delays and failures, so I have disabled the test on the remote queue.

  IMHO this library should not require the web, at least for a decent
  set of well-known units (the test case in question is converting miles
  to kilometers).

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