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Re: SVG at Test The Web Forward

From: Doug Schepers <schepers@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2012 01:26:16 -0400
Message-ID: <4FD82478.7030905@w3.org>
To: tavmjong@free.fr
CC: SVG WG <public-svg-wg@w3.org>, Erik Dahlstrom <ed@opera.com>
Hi folks-

Tav, thanks for those tests.  I'm sure I can adapt them to my purposes.

How about filter tests? Ed, do we have some nice simple filter tests 
they can play with?  And maybe a set of parameters to mess around with? 
What tests are we missing in coverage for the filters spec?

Thanks-
-Doug


On 6/9/12 10:10 PM, tavmjong@free.fr wrote:
>
> Hi Doug and WG,
>
> I have some tests in my area of the HG repository that might serve as
> examples. They compare CSS styling vs. using attributes for CSS3
> Transforms. I think these tests are good examples as they will work
> in automated testing yet when viewed manually indicate what is being
> tested and show the expected results. The tests can be seen at:
>
> http://tavmjong.free.fr/SVG/svg2-tests/contributors/tavmjong/incoming/
>
>  The first three tests are ones that I wrote, The fourth is one of
> the CSS tests from Adobe that I converted from an SVG in HTML test to
> a standalone SVG test. I prefer my tests to the Adobe tests as it is
> not clear from just looking at the Adobe test what it is testing.
> (BTW, I have a script that converts the hundreds of Adobe SVG in HTML
> tests to stand-alone SVG tests. I will try get them uploaded in the
> next few days.)
>
> Tav
>
> ----- Mail original ----- De: "Doug Schepers"<schepers@w3.org> À:
> "SVG WG"<public-svg-wg@w3.org> Envoyé: Vendredi 8 Juin 2012 22:30:04
> Objet: SVG at Test The Web Forward
>
> Hi, SVG WG-
>
> As you know, I'm presenting at Adobe's Test the Web Forward event
> next Friday.
>
> There are over 120 people attending this event, who will be there to
> help make tests for W3C specs.  It's a great idea.
>
> I just had a call with Peter Linss and Chris Lilley about the test
> framework and what my presentation should feature.
>
> We agreed that since most people aren't as familiar with SVG as with
> CSS, the most likely tests we will get them to contribute are those
> that are shared between SVG and CSS, such as the FX TF deliverables
> (specifically Filters, Transforms, and Compositing, and maybe
> Animation and Transitions), and CSS features as applied to SVG rather
> than HTML (e.g. opacity and HSLA, and so on).
>
> We thought that the best outcome might be for us to provide 5-10
> good examples of tests we want, for use as templates, and ask them to
> help iterate on those, along the lines of a set of features they
> could test. So, maybe we make 2-3 good Filters examples, and ask them
> to extend those to other filter types, or we make a scale transform
> test, and suggest that they do similar ones for translate, rotate,
> skew, and so on, or variations on different values.
>
> Do people like this approach? If so, what tests should I use as
> templates, and what variations should I suggest?
>
>
> Thanks- -Doug
>
>
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