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TCDL new version

From: Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>
Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2003 09:13:59 -0600
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David's new version (for f2f discussion) is at:


>To: Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>
>Subject: TCDL for discussion
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>From:        David Marston on 10/13/2003 04:55 PM
>To:        Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>
>Subject:        TCDL for discussion
>Below is a copy of the document for discussion within the WG. So far, I
>haven't heard any objections to it being put into WG space.
>Here is the transmittal message:
>"This draft shows the general organization of the TCDL 1.0 document. I
>called it 1.0 to pave the way for a committee-written version in the
>future, should it prove necessary after more extensive field use.
>Nevertheless, I think the full TCDL 1.0 will apply to a broad range of
>classes of product and will also suffice for large suites that last over
>several versions of their target specs. The ultimate document will be
>about 6-8 times as large as this, mostly in chapters 3 and 4. An example
>section of chapters 2 and 3 is provided, but no section anywhere in the
>document should be assumed to be at full length. Sections of chapter 1 are
>nearly full length, at least in my view. My main question for the WG right
>now: is this document likely to serve for at least a couple years, so tha
>QAWG can turn its attention to complementary material and practices?"
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