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Re: tasks to supplement HTML specification development

From: Benjamin Chait <contact@benjaminchait.net>
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 11:44:12 -0400
Message-ID: <242ad21a0704110844i55404ecv3c2e87327ee66010@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-html@w3.org

Tutorials, quick-reference card, test cases could all be included
within the specification ~ either as part of an executive summary
(i.e. quick reference to what is included) or appendicies (i.e. test
cases)....

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On 4/11/07, Dan Connolly <connolly@w3.org> wrote:
>
> Various people have asked me how they can help in this WG. So
> I just started a list...
>   http://esw.w3.org/topic/HtmlTaskBrainstorm
> If the idea gets a little momentum, perhaps I'll make
> a survey so that everybody can say which tasks they're interested in.
>
>
> Here's the current contents of the wiki topic...
>
> [[
> There is a gap between W3C specifications for HTML and
> "HTMLAsSheAreSpoke". The W3C HTML Working Group was chartered in March
> 2007 to close that gap.
>
> A language specification is the main deliverable, and
> HTML/ProposedDesignPrinciples are in development. But there are a lot of
> other things that might help.
>
>     *
>
>       tutorials
>           o
>
>             a tutorial about the whole language (or the parts that 80%
> need to know about)
>           o
>
>             tutorials on new features, or groups of new features
>           o
>
>             tutorials for specific audiences, such as government web
> site developers
>           o
>
>             tutorials aimed at the mobile platform
>     *
>
>       a quick-reference card
>     *
>
>       course materials
>     *
>
>       a periodic survey of the top 200 web sites
>           o
>
>             do they conform to the current draft?
>                 +
>
>                   are the ways they don't conform captured in an issues
> list?
>           o
>
>             which features do they use?
>           o
>
>             are they mobile-happy, WAI-happy?
>     *
>
>       test cases, test results
>           o
>
>             test case development guidelines
>           o
>
>             automated test results
>           o
>
>             manual test results, by browser
>
> The HTML WG chair would like to make a WBS survey to see which WG
> participants are interested in which tasks. Meanwhile, if you're
> interested to work on these things, you might put your name by one of
> them. You might also note whether you have joined the HTML WG yet or not.
> ]]
>
> --
> Dan Connolly, W3C http://www.w3.org/People/Connolly/
>
>
>
Received on Wednesday, 11 April 2007 21:57:10 UTC

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