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UC & Req document template proposal

From: Felix Sasaki <fsasaki@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 02 Dec 2008 22:45:40 +0900
Message-ID: <49353C04.3070209@w3.org>
To: public-media-annotation@w3.org

Hi all,

Sorry for the late notice ... I did a very rapid editing of the uc & req
document, see


My goal was to develop the template I I had proposed at
and to implement it for some examples. I also integreated requirements
derived from the feature table from Ruben. Everthing is very simple:

- Use cases have:
Use case summary
Related requirements
Description / Example

- Requirements have:
Target (API and / or ontology)

- Application scenarios are not here yet, and I took out the "top-down"
section, since it is currently very unrelated to uc or requirements. But
we can take it later in again.

I worked on the following requirements to implement the pattern I am
thinking of:

2.5 Recommendation across different media types
2.6 Life Log
2.7 Access via web client to metadata in heterogenous formats
2.8 Metadata exchange

What I want to propose now is that Veronique and Wonsuk stop to produce
text, but that we distribute the work within the group, and ask the
people to produce text that follows the pattern very closely. That will
lower the burden of the editors, who mainly put the text proposals into
the draft. When we publish we will have authors (people who produce
"spec ready" text), and editors (Veronique and Wonsuk).

Note that it is common in other working groups (though not all) that
editors mainly implemented text proposals from other WG participants, or
from people outside the WG.

I had talked to the editors and co-chairs about this, and Daniel asked
me to present proposal during todays call.

Received on Tuesday, 2 December 2008 13:46:20 UTC

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