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List of TODOs discovered during the QA Review

From: Amelia Bellamy-Royds <amelia.bellamy.royds@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2014 18:39:13 -0600
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To: List WebPlatform public <public-webplatform@w3.org>, Douglas Schepers <schepers@w3.org>
Hello all,

I've been having various chats by email and IRC about quirks and
questionable content discovered while assigning readiness states during the
QA Sprint.  RenoirB suggested that I start an email thread to collect them
all -- and suggestions on what to do with them -- in advance of the next
community telcon.

Here's what I have so far.  Please reply with any additions to this list or
related commentary.

1. Glossary pages.  There are a number of pages in the top-level file path
(like wiki/absolute_unit) that contain glossary entries.  These should all
be grouped into a logical file path like wiki/glossary/absolute_unit, but
there are probably other things that can be done to make the glossary as a
whole more useful and organized.

2. Tables with listings of other pages.  We've discussed the problems with
the formatting and content of listings in a separate thread [1], but this
should move up the priority once the QASprint is over.  [1]:
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-webplatform/2014Jun/0014.html

3.  TEST: namespace pages.  With a completely separate test wiki, I don't
think there is any use for the TEST: namespace, but the pages should be
reviewed to determine if there is content that should be merged into the
main wiki before they are deleted.

4.  Similarly, renoirB noted that there is a Meta: namespace which was used
to back-up custom content before mass import of docs from MSDN.  These need
to be reviewed and content merged into the main docs (perhaps this could be
a DocSprints task?).

5.  Imported pages with no page templates / default forms.  There are a lot
in the SVG pages I was going through, but there may be others.

Any other quirky issues to add to this list?  Of course, you will have also
discovered a lot of content-related TO-DOs, to address all the "Not Ready"
and "In Progress" pages.  But for now, I'm mostly focusing on issues where
a decision has to be made about what should be done.

Best,
Amelia BR
Received on Saturday, 5 July 2014 00:39:42 UTC

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