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Fwd: [RDFa] Proposal for test process

From: Tim Boland <frederick.boland@nist.gov>
Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2007 09:15:10 -0500
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Tim Boland NIST

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>All,
>
>To enable a smooth and reliable process regarding the
>handling of RDFa TC, I'd like to suggest the following:
>
>1. We (RDFa-TF) define the role of a 'TC responsible' (TCR)
>    that is the process owner for all TC-related issues
>
>2. In case a (not yet covered) feature is expected
>    to be tested, anyone may send a mail with a short
>    description to either:
>     + this list (public-rdf-in-xhtml-tf@w3.org) using
>       [RDFa-TC] as a prefix OR
>     + public-rdfa-test@w3.org (yet to be established)
>
>    We should agree on ONE of the two options :)
>
>3. The TCR is then responsible for ...
>     +  raising an according issue (in Tracker), and
>     +  getting the new TC onto the next telecon's agenda
>        for discussion
>
>4. The fallback for the TCR is the TF chair.
>
>
>Even though this might sound like a bit of an overkill,
>IMHO it is a good thing to define at least an ideal
>process that we can refer to and people know what to
>expect.
>
>I'd be _very_ happy if we can agree on this process
>(or an adapted version) ASAP, to start doing so; cf.
>for example DanC's request w.r.t. TC [1].
>
>Note: w3.org seems to be down at the time writing,
>       so please be lenient towards me that I did
>       not include references as usual ...
>
>Cheers,
>         Michael
>
>BTW: I volunteer to initially fill the TCR role ;)
>
>[1] http://www.w3.org/2006/07/SWD/RDFa/testsuite/testcases/000002.htm
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