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Re: proposed text for LC96 - new text for CP 3.1

From: Lynne Rosenthal <lynne.rosenthal@nist.gov>
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 08:33:36 -0400
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To: www-qa-wg@w3.org
In response to comments from David and Lofton, the following text is 
proposed for CP 3.1

Rationale: the reader must be able to recognize any minimum functionality, 
complexity, or support that applies to conforming products of a specific 
class. These minimum requirements can be considered a starting point for a 
checklist to be used by a team developing a conforming product.  It helps 
the reader find these requirements by presenting them as a collection, in 
one place rather than distributed throughout the document.  This collection 
may be derived from the distributed requirements and may apply to a single 
class of product or across classes of products.

Comments?

Lynne


Lynne proposed for CP3.1:
 >Rationale: the reader must be able to recognize any minimum
 >functionality, complexity or support that applies to conforming
 >products of a specific class. It helps the reader find these
 >requirements by presenting them as a collection, in one place rather
 >than distributed throughout the document.

My spin on this:
The minimum requirements can be considered the seed of a checklist
to be used by a team developing a conforming product.
How about putting this sentence between the other two?
.................David Marston
Received on Monday, 16 June 2003 08:38:28 GMT

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