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One more time: the presentation

From: Patrick Curran <Patrick.Curran@sun.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2003 17:49:03 -0800
Message-ID: <3E5EC00F.2000501@sun.com>
To: W3C QAWG <www-qa-wg@w3.org>
OK - I'm getting the hang of this, and will now only distribute the 
"all.htm" file. I presume that all of you can either turn this into 
slides, or simply review it as is.

We're running out of time here, and I'd like to wrap this up by the end 
of day tomorrow (Friday).While there's always room for improvement, I 
think that this is getting close to "good enough".


Some specific questions:

* Are we happy with the last two bullets on slide 1 ("Even a small 
investment pays big dividends" ... "DOM, SOAP, SVG Working Groups have 
demonstrated this")? Should we add UAAG to this list, since they're on 
our Success Stories slide?

* How about the Success Stories slide? I provided a single link to each 
of three WGs' activities. Does this slide make sense? Could we add more 
links (eg DOM?) If so, please send suggestions. Is this slide redundant 
with the last bullet of the previous slide? (It does add more data - 
specifically, indicating the area where we think there's something worth 
looking at.)

* I added a "Test Guidelines" slide. Do we want to keep it? Reword it?

* Can anybody suggest addional links for the References slide? I will 
remove the "What else" when we agree that this is complete.

Of course, you should all feel free to make additional suggestions for 
improvement.

Thanks...

PS: a procedural issue. We talked about producing "Quick Tips" in 
addition to this presentation. Did we decide on how to publish them? (If 
so, we should probably reference them, and link to them, from this 
presentation.) If we are going to publish them, we might want to review 
them to make sure the message they send is consistent with the message 
this presentation sends, and modify them or this, or both if they aren't 
consistent.





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