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Priorities for Test Asset Development

From: SULLIVAN, BRYAN L <bs3131@att.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2013 00:48:02 +0000
To: "public-test-infra@w3.org" <public-test-infra@w3.org>
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As further input to today's meeting, here is a draft outline of my suggested priorities for further gap analysis and task prioritization of the test assets, assuming CoreMob 2012 as the guide to overall spec priority (within each main bullet below, this is an unordered list). I have left off the specs for which there are existing tests in the framework, for which coverage assessment is still TBD.

1) specs with no tests (found so far...)
-              CSS Device Adaptation, CSS Values and Units Module Level 3, CSS Image Values and Replaced Content, CSS Flexible Box Layout, CSS Transforms, CSS Fonts, CSS Text Module Level 3, CSS Animations, CSS Transitions
-              HTML Media Capture
-              Touch Events
-              Quota Management API
-              Animation Timing
-              Pointer events
-              CoreMob 2012 "Partially addressed" (what we do with these is TBD): Offline, Responsive Images, Application meta-data, Momentum and infinite scrolling, Screen Orientation, Chromeless Mode

2) specs that have tests, but unautomated: automation status is TBD both for tests already under the framework, and outside

3) specs that have tests, but not in the framework
-              CSS 2.1, CSS Media Queries, CSS Selectors Level 3, CSS Backgrounds and Borders, CSS Color,
-              SVG 1.1
-              WOFF
-              CORS

4) specs that have tests, but incomplete coverage: where tests already exist in the framework, further coverage analysis is needed

Thanks,
Bryan Sullivan
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