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Re: QA concerns re: CSS3 conformance

From: Karl Dubost <karl@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 16:49:09 -0500
Message-Id: <23372ff4478b645ed8f041cd283b4496@w3.org>
Cc: www-qa-wg@w3.org
To: Tim Boland <frederick.boland@nist.gov>

Le 22 févr. 2005, à 12:53, Tim Boland a écrit :
> If it's OK, are there any other QA-CSS issues I should pursue, and did 
> I capture this issue correctly?

Yes Tim do so please. Other QA WG members can add/remove some of my 
questions.

* Questions:

For CSS 2.1
	- Do they plan to have deprecated features or changes of semantics 
between CSS 2.0 and CSS 2.1? How this will impact implementations 
without versioning information?

For CSS 3.0

	- What CSS 3.0 means? It seems a strange question but not that 
strange. People are used to refer to the number of a technology because 
it helps to identify what's inside the technology and what MUST be 
supported by the application.
	- What is a CSS 3.0 Module? Can it stand by its own? if yes it means 
it has its own conformance model and it should be possible to implement 
completely a simple module without any kind of external requirements. 
(It means basically that a module should be able to follow completely 
QA Specification Guidelines)
	- What is a CSS 3.0 Profile? How does it work? Does it have a 
conformance model?
	- What are the classes of products that "CSS 3.0" is addressing?
	- Are there rules to define profiles in "CSS 3.0"? (I understood there 
will not be a desktop browser profile, but I guess more than one vendor 
will be interested to implement "CSS 3.0", then what it will mean?)
	- How a "CSS 3.0" Validator knows that the written stylesheet has been 
written for a particular profile, and then gives the possibility to 
validate it.
	

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Karl Dubost - http://www.w3.org/People/karl/
W3C Conformance Manager
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