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Re: Spec Guidelines: product classification and spec. modularity

From: Andrew Thackrah <a.thackrah@opengroup.org>
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 16:53:35 +0000
To: www-qa-wg@w3.org
Message-ID: <20020327165335.A23044@hyperion>
On 2002.03.26 12:49 Lynne Rosenthal wrote:
> This brings up an important point - that is, as we write the Framework 
> documents, we need to be careful regarding the terminology we use and 
> that we explain/define the terms.
> 
> Specifically, in the Spec guideline -  class of products' is used to 
> refer to the types of implementations of a specification (at the highest 
> level) --- in WebCGM this would be generators, the metafile, 
> interpreters; for the UAAG this would be user agents.

  Hi,
  I'm still not clear, from this definition, about how classification is 
done.
  It seems that a spec author is being asked to categorise 'types' of 
implementation
  and then group these into classes.
  If I were a spec author how would I know how to go about creating types?

  -AndrewT
Received on Wednesday, 27 March 2002 11:55:29 GMT

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