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1.1 B redraft and Ruby Graph

From: Karl Dubost <karl@w3.org>
Date: Sun, 14 Nov 2004 15:46:33 -0500
Message-Id: <44C681FC-367E-11D9-AB55-000A95718F82@w3.org>
Cc: www-qa-wg@w3.org
To: lsr@nist.gov
Hi Lynne,

do you remember this point, You have rewritten the techniques with Mark 
which is great. I have an action item to redraft… though I'm not sure 
what's the meaning of redrafting.
For the Ruby Diagram I think it's ok. I will follow the techniques you 
have written ;) big test.

Le 29 oct. 2004, à 08:31, lsr@nist.gov a écrit :
> 1.1B
> Need much work to draft.
> Identify in the spec, what are the different parts that may vary (e.g.,
> profile, module, level). Things that have an effect on conformance 
> model
> Perhaps start with a technique for handling the simple case
> 1.  – List the classes of products – what it is that would conform
> 2. – List the types of flavors of conformance
> 2. – List the different ways to subset the technology
> 4.– define the mapping between subsets and flavors of conformance
>  4a draw a diagram to show the mapping – this will help to show the
> relationships and understand
> 4b write it down
> 4c. bonus: include the diagram if it helps
> need an example that shows all these steps
> ACTION: Karl to redraft and draw the diagram for Ruby



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