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Fwd: Re: SpecGL Selling points

From: Lynne Rosenthal <lynne.rosenthal@nist.gov>
Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2003 19:35:24 -0500
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To: www-qa-wg@w3.org
Like them. Thanks Lofton.  I've made the change.  Any one else have any 
contributions?

-lynne


>>In telecon I took the AI to rework the following text to be more SpecGL 
>>specific and to sound less like general QA preaching...
>>
>>Using SpecGL pays dividends
>>It may seem wacky to spend the precious time, but applying SpecGL in 
>>every step of the specification writing process pays off.   Early and 
>>ongoing application of SpecGL will:
>> uncover defects (e.g., ambiguity, hole in the specification) sooner, 
>>when they are less expensive to fix;
>> accelerate specification development by making the process more 
>>efficient and effective;
>> enable evaluation of the impact of important planning, design, and 
>>development decisions on specification testability;
>> reduce the amount of text reworking, the number comments to resolve, 
>>time to publication, and the number of errata after publication.
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