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Re: CSS Grid Layout tests suite

From: Manuel Rego Casasnovas <rego@igalia.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2014 16:55:14 +0100
Message-ID: <54525F62.6010305@igalia.com>
To: public-css-testsuite@w3.org
Hi Gérard,

On 29/10/14 21:17, Gérard Talbot wrote:
> Okay. I will review your first tests, during initial phase. And it may
> take me a few days before making a review as I expect to be very busy in
> the next few months.

That would be great! :-)
We're not in hurry so even if the review pace is slow, that shouldn't be
a problem.
We're working on Grid Layout implementation, so we'd do the work to
create the test suite in parallel, adding tests step by step.
The good part is that with your help we'll get used to the process, and
as time passes, we'll be more and more independent.

As start point I've written a test plan for CSS Grid Layout, and I've
made a pull-request to import it in the W3C repository:
https://github.com/w3c/csswg-test/pull/623

Afterwards, I'll start to create new pull-requests for tests in GitHub
(unless you prefer to use a different workflow).
Probably, we could use milestones and issues too (like other specs are
doing), in order to follow the progress.
I don't have permissions to create labels and milestones at this point,
so I'd be grateful if someone can create a milestone "css-grid-1_dev"
and a label "spec:grid".

> It's just a set of notes (more or less organized) I took over time. When
> I see or find an issue or problem in someone's test or even in my own
> tests, I write a note about it.
> 
> The general idea of those notes is what to do in tests that help
> 
> a) testers,
> b) reviewers,
> c) maintenance of tests and
> d) reduce test linkages (therefore server load),
> 
> and that reduces condition of mistakes, that speeds or eases their
> tasks. You should pay more attention to 8a- Avoid single cell with
> single row tables, 8b- How to test inline-block) and 29- Unneeded,
> unnecessary, extraneous declarations.

Yeah, I've already read them, and also the other documentation in
TestTWF webpage. Really interesting notes.

Thank you very much,
  Rego
Received on Thursday, 30 October 2014 15:55:49 UTC

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