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Re: some comments on Test

From: Adrian Paschke <adrian.paschke@gmx.de>
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2008 15:27:51 +0100
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Thanks for the comments.

 

>Using bugzilla?  

 

Yes, you are right bugzilla is too much overhead in this early phase.

 

>Should we be providing a traditional XML form of the Manifest?

 

The Manifest contains meta data about the test and uses meta data
vocabularies such as Dublin Core (DC). Do you mean with traditional XML form
that we should invent our own XML vocabulary or do you mean XML/RDF
representation of DC?

 

 

-Adrian

 

 

 

Looking over Test, a few comments/questions:

 

   -- Using bugzilla?  I don't think we're set up for that.  Just using

      public-rif-comments seems best for now.  Did I miss some

      discussion about this?  I don't think we'll get enough bug reports

      to warrant the overhead of us all using bugzilla....

 

   -- Should we be providing a traditional XML form of the Manifest?

      I'm kind of thinking so, when we talk about it being Easy To Use.

      Maybe have an Editor's Note about that for now?

 

   -- Appendix 8 says "is shown below", but it's not.  Drop that section

      for now, esp since I gather the schema is out of date?

 

   -- Let's add an editor's note saying we're working on the

      test-results-format?

 

   -- The W3C house style [1] is to say:

           Rule Interchange Format (RIF)

      not: RIF (Rule Interchange Format)

 

That's it for now.

 

     -- Sandro

 
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