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Re: QAF Primer and User Scenarios comments

From: Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>
Date: Mon, 04 Oct 2004 08:39:05 -0600
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To: Lynne Rosenthal <lynne.rosenthal@nist.gov>,www-qa-wg@w3.org
Thanks for the review and comments Lynne, for QAH and for Primer 
also.  I'll review and apply them.  If any aren't straightforward, I'll 
flag them to QAWG for discussion.

-Lofton.


At 10:23 PM 9/27/2004 -0400, Lynne Rosenthal wrote:
>Reading through the Primer and User Scenarios - found these typos, 
>grammar, etc.  No real issues, but I did have a question as to the meaning 
>of a few things.
>
>1. Spell out 'spec’
>
>2 Introduction
>Add (planned) after Test Guidelines [QAF-TEST]
>
>3. Audiences
>All Participants
>Change last ‘specifications’ to ‘specification’
>
>Spec editors and authors (remove spec or make it capital S)
>- add ‘of’ after understanding
>- change order of ‘examples, tools, and templates’ to ‘examples, templates 
>and tools’ (this is also consistent with how it is listed later)
>- reword last part of last sentence since SpecGL does more than structure 
>and formats (in fact it doesn’t do much of that).  Suggest, ‘…valuable 
>resource in organizing and writing a high-quality specification, 
>facilitating its production.
>
>3. First Step  QA commitment, 2nd paragraph
>remove ‘the’, ‘…and if the it is able to anticipate…’
>
>4. Planning and Writing the Spec  modify the list
>remove ‘writing with test assertions
>reword first bullet to ‘conformance policy, clause and claims’
>reword last bullet to ‘profiles, levels, modules’
>
>5. Reviewing and Progressing the Spec
>2nd para, ‘…it gives and informed set of evaluation criteria’  what is 
>meant by ‘informed set’
>
>last paragraph, suggest remove ‘conformance’ from ‘..significant 
>conformance test materials…’  This would make it a broader statement.  The 
>tests may not be conformance tests.
>
>
>--regards
>lynne
>
>
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