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Re: Checker Home Page and Regular Teleconference Details

From: Sean Owen <srowen@google.com>
Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 12:44:32 -0400
Message-ID: <e920a71c0705170944t5c5240bfn887ca7471df97c95@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Jo Rabin" <jrabin@mtld.mobi>, mike@google.com
Cc: "Roland G├╝lle" <roland@7val.com>, public-mobileok-checker@w3.org

On 5/17/07, Jo Rabin <jrabin@mtld.mobi> wrote:
> > 1) directories
> > Actually, the XSLTs are located at:
> > http://dev.w3.org/cvsweb/2007/mobileok-ref/src/org/w3c/mwi/mobileok/
> > basic/
> > could we seperate the different code syntax in directories, java and
> > XSLT, like:
> > http://dev.w3.org/cvsweb/2007/mobileok-ref/src/org/w3c/mwi/mobileok/
> > basic/xslt
> >
> Sounds like a good idea to me.

I can do this.

> > 2) I stated with my first test.
> > To test my test, I changed http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-
> > mobileok-checker/2007Apr/att-0047/moki-example-20070419.xml to
> > generate a valid and invalid result.
> > Could we also add a directory for moki-test-documents?
> >
> Yes, I think that Dom and dotMobi (Ruadhan and Ronan) who have elaborated some of Dom's earlier tests have some stuff to contribute here.

I'm cool with placing some examples in CVS but ultimately it's what's
being spit out of the test implementation that's important to test
against. I'd try running the code against a site and using its output
if you want an example doc.

> > 3) error messages
> > OK, in a thread before I wrote an example with XInclude.
> > When writing the XSLT, I noticed that using the document() function
> > is much easier.
> > What do you think?
> I had in mind using xsl:import (or include) on the relevant language resource and that file could contain variables for each of the errors. Or the string could be generated by an XPath on a document() that is the value-of some variable, if you see what I mean. Not sure of te benefits of each of those approaches.

This is for error text? the current implementation leverage's Java's
message bundles for this. It's straightforward, clear, puts messages
in one place, and is easily internationalizable. I'm not against
another approach, just want to see a reason it's as good as the
current approach.

> You need to get a special account which involves sending a key to someone. This came upon the WG call today and Sean said he'd circulate details, as Dom is away at the moment and you, me and I think Abel all need write access.

Send a note to Mike Smith (mike@w3.org), or Matt Womer (mdw@w3.org) if
you can't reach him, asking them to request access to cvs.w3.org for
you. You will need to send him a public ssh2 key as well.
Received on Thursday, 17 May 2007 16:44:56 UTC

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