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Test samples checking

From: Carlos Iglesias <carlos.iglesias@fundacionctic.org>
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2008 17:54:01 +0100
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To: "TSDTF" <public-wai-ert-tsdtf@w3.org>


Hi group,

Due to my last action items here you have the review of the techniques references and other pending issues of my assigned test samples:

016 - Everything is OK

018 - Not sure about whether the test title and the test description need or should put so much emphasis on the absence of a summary, but otherwise looks OK.

019 - The Description reads that the content of the summary is: "This table shows the department's student details", but in the test file we have "This table shows the students details of the department."

I propose to use a neutral title, such as "Document containing a simple data table with a proper summary".

Additionally, the purpose of the test says that it is intended to pass because there is a summary attribute, but the related technique requires not only a summary but also an appropriate one, so I propose to add "... because there is a proper summary for the table."

026 - The description and purpose talk just about summary attribute, but the referenced technique (F46) allows empty summaries for layout tables, so I purpose to mention non-empty summaries instead of just summary attributes.

041 - The tests sample doesn't follow the naming conventions because it has two files; one for the test itself and one for the form action, but the second one is named:

  [content-structure-separation-programmatic_041_processformdummy.html]

042 - The tests sample doesn't follow the naming conventions because it has two files; one for the test itself and one for the form action, but the second one is named [processdformdummy.html]

Additionally, this test sample makes reference to technique F68, but the technique is about the association of label and user interface controls not being programmatically determinable, and the sample is about the lack of labels.

As there is no technique about the lack of labels we have two options:

Change the test sample to reflect the lack of association between controls and labels or hold it until a new technique is developed.

Regards,
 CI.

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