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"personal" questions on QA Spec GL

From: Tim Boland <frederick.boland@nist.gov>
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2005 16:16:27 -0500
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To: www-qa-wg@w3.org
Cc: frederick.boland@nist.gov

Hi, I have some "personal" questions on QA Spec GL:

(1) Is consideration given to non-W3C documents/specifications (from other
accredited standards organizations)?  In particular, ATAG2.0 currently 
normatively references
ISO16071..

(2) Is the concept of a CSS3 Module (which isn't entirely like some other
W3C specifications) fully included? In particular, CSS3 Modules have 
specific sections titled
"Dependencies With Other CSS3 Modules" near the beginnings of the documents..

(3) Is it recommended to mention in a specification the activity(ies) that
the specification is under, as well as which WG(s) created the specification?
For example, CSS3 Backgrounds and Borders Module mentions that "document is
produced by CSS WG, part of the Style Activity "(with a link to that 
activity, so that the reader has an overall context for accessing the 
document)..

(4) Are alternative ways of technology implementation addressed? For
example, for rendering of very simple math, one might consider using CSS if 
one doesn't have MathML installed, but if one wants more robust/complete 
math rendering,
get and implement MathML..

Thanks and best wishes,
Tim Boland NIST
Received on Monday, 24 January 2005 21:16:32 GMT

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