Using WS, I have found that EventEndpoint
has a rather molest bug; it only parses Strings as Date if the String does not have timezone information but the WSDL standard supports timezone info
(and the client code generated by Apache CXF almost always sends the timezone information).
Fortunately, solving it without breaking anything is rather simple, so I could fix it myself and create a pull request. My question is about what should be the proper way to do this. Should I solve it in my repo, create the JIRA and then send the pull request? Or should I first create the JIRA, tell in the JIRA that I have the issue solved and wait until someone (when?) assigns it to me?
Additionally, there is also another little issue in the same class as there is one attribute (
) with its setter and getter, but that attribute seems to never be used because the format is hardcoded. IMO that kind of things should be removed to avoid confusing people, but I am not sure if the people at OC prefer to have less commits even if it is at the expense of some code quality. Should I do a JIRA also for that code cleaning?
Thanks in advance.