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Questions which are bug reports, revisited

One man's bug is another man's feature... I don't think whether the OP considers it to be a bug is that relevant. If the problem has been identified and fixed by the package author in an updated ...
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Job advertising?

I just signed up for freelancer.ca (see edit below for more details) and basically you can look for freelancers in specific areas to do your "projects", including LaTeX. From what I can see, some of ...
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Questions which are bug reports, revisited

In general, questions due to bugs should be treated no differently from any others. Thus provided the question is clear and reproducible it should be kept open, and (ideally) answered. For issues ...
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Job advertising?

While it would be appreciated here, the proper place on stackoverflow would probably be careers.sx, although that's too expensive for only one job. TUG has a jobboard, though.
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Questions which are bug reports, revisited

Thanks for posting this - it goes a long way towards addressing the concerns I raised in chat. This site is entitled to whatever customs it deems necessary to keep up the quality of the content (or, ...
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A comment sort of answered my question, how do I marked it answered

Related/duplicate: What if a comment answers a question? Quite often it happens that the problem is a typo or alike and we consider it off-topic. However, in this case I would ask Ian Thompson to ...
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