Maven error updating group repository metadata input contained no data

This ensures the commits are cross referenced via JIRA, so we can see all commits for a given issue in the same place.

After the id the title of the issue should come next.

You may add additional JIRA cross references to the same commit, if it's appropriate.

In general try to avoid combining unrelated issues in the same commit.

If you contribute some good work, don't forget to blog about it :)The only form you need to sign is the contributor agreement, which is fully automated via the web.

Bug reports, bug fixes, feature requests and feature submissions should all go here.

General questions should be undertaken at the mailing lists.

Minor code submissions, like format or documentation fixes do not need an associated JIRA issue created.https://issues.jboss.org/browse/JBRULES (Drools)https://issues.jboss.org/browse/JBPMhttps://issues.jboss.org/browse/GUVNORWith the contributor agreement signed and your requests submitted to JIRA you should now be ready to code :) Create a Git Hub account and fork any of the Drools, j BPM or Guvnor repositories.

The fork will create a copy in your own Git Hub space which you can work on at your own pace.

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The mechanism used by Drools and j BPM was very flexible, but it was too flexible.

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