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Re: Coverage and open issues

From: Tim Boland <frederick.boland@nist.gov>
Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2007 09:25:05 -0500
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To: public-wai-ert-tsdtf@w3.org

Thanks for doing this work.  I'm confused - first you say the GL mailing 
list has not been
successful, and then you propose using the GL mailing list for 
communication with the
WCAG WG (in the last * item) (or am I misunderstanding?).

The WCAG WG is currently working off of an issues database to process WD 
comments.  As a possible alternative for communication, is there a 
possibility to ask the powers that be to include a "testing" category in 
that database, to handle testing issues that arise from the TSDTF 
work?   That way, the structure that currently exists in the database could 
be used to the maximum extent possible, and since the WCAG WG is used to 
processing issues in this database, communication might be facilitated...

Just a thought..

Thanks again and best wishes
Tim Boland NIST

At 02:56 PM 3/6/2007 +0100, you wrote:

>Hi all,
>
>According to my action item from last call [1], we need to figure out
>some kind of formal procedure to feed back to WCAG WG coverage issues or
>ambiguities we found when developing TCs. Thus far, the use of the -gl
>mailing list did not prove to be very successful from the BenToWeb
>perspective (Michael has received a compilation of issues from Christophe).
>
>I propose the following process for such cases:
>- Open in the Wiki a new section on this (I will prepare some template
>later this week). This page will have an index of open issues.
>- Every issue page will have the following content:
>   * Title
>   * Success criteria and/or technique and/or common failure
>   * Status: pending or solved
>   * Description of the issue
>   * Proposal on the solution
>   * Reference to relevant test sample(s), if any
>   * Link to the mail/thread to the GL mailing list where the WG
>     is informed of the issue
>
>Does this sounds reasonable?
>
>regards,
>carlos
>
>[1] http://www.w3.org/2007/02/27-tsdtf-minutes.html#action03
>--
>Dr Carlos A Velasco
>   Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology (FIT)
>   BIKA Web Compliance Center - http://access.fit.fraunhofer.de/
>   Schloss Birlinghoven, D53757 Sankt Augustin (Germany)
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