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Re: Updated Test Document to reflect actions / discussion from last teleconference

From: Chimezie Ogbuji <ogbujic@ccf.org>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2007 12:36:09 -0400
To: "Jeremy Carroll" <jjc@hpl.hp.com>
cc: "GRDDL Working Group" <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <1177346169.5534.36.camel@otherland>

I've incorporated the suggested changes to the draft.  Comments are
below.

On Tue, 2007-04-17 at 15:36 +0100, Jeremy Carroll wrote:
> e.g.
> [[
> The following four tests, show different GRDDL results possible
> for a particular self-referential input document.
> To be consistent with the other tests, only the last of these,
> the maximal result, would apply.
> The Working Group approved all four tests on @@@Not yet approved@@@
> to reflect an interpretation of the RFC  2119 keyword 'SHOULD' in
> http://www.w3.org/TR/grddl/#sec_agt
> GRDDL specification section 7.
> The Working Group, aware of the implications
> of not producing all the GRDDL results in this case,
> and aware of the difficulty of so doing,
> do not discourage implementers from being satisfied with passing
> any one of these four tests.
> ]]

I ended up with: 

[[
The following four tests demonstrate GRDDL results for a
self-referencing input document. Unlike other tests of this kind, the
last of these - the maximal result - is not exlusive. This reflects an
interpretation of SHOULD as used in section 7. GRDDL-Aware Agents of
[GRDDL] with regards to the computation of GRDDL results. In particular,
this interpretation and the text in the section that follows (8.
Security considerations) permits an implementation to only pass the
first test due to security restrictions against computing recursive
GRDDL results.
]]


> b) content negotiation
> 
> I am unclear as to why the two content negotiation tests are in the 
> informative section - they look pretty normative to me.
> I should produce a maximal result for these.

I moved these to the informative section and added the maximal test.

> c) multiple representations test seems to have got lost.
> I will re-propose it in the pending list.

I moved these in.

> The test will have a symmetric property
> 
> and
> 
> The tests which require a network connection will use absolute URIs
> 
> I suggest delete 'will' in both cases

Done.

> I wasn't comfortable with the phrasing of the following sentence:
> [[
> However, for the purpose of defining these tests it was assumed that
> the GRDDL-aware agent being tested is using a security policy which does 
> not prevent it from applying the transformations identified in each test.
> Such an agent will produce the GRDDL result associated with each 
> normative test, except as specified immediately below.
> ]]

I ended up with:

[[
However, in defining these tests it was assumed that the GRDDL-aware
agent being tested is using a security policy which does not prevent it
from applying transformations identified in each test. Such an agent
should produce the GRDDL result associated with each normative test,
except as specified immediately below
]]

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