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Re: TestFAQ: request for input

From: Karl Dubost <karl@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 14:07:10 -0500
Message-Id: <1a8ce5b3cc73acb9771624279420fb73@w3.org>
To: Patrick Curran <Patrick.Curran@Sun.COM>, QAWG <www-qa-wg@w3.org>

Le 07 mars 2005, à 15:14, Patrick Curran a écrit :
> Either way, you will have to solicit and manage contributions from 
> others. This can require a significant amount of organization and 
> effort on your part if you are to get quality tests that cover the 
> full range of the specification. Take the time to create a 
> high-quality and informative 'appeal for contributions'.

Creating tests during the development of the specification will make 
easier the Test Suite effort. It's a progressive way to go. Each time, 
there's an idea for the specification developing a test for it will 
gather set of tests that will be useful for the creation of your test 
suite.

> Examples of style-sheets and test results publication (implementation 
> reports)?

VoiceXML and RDF for examples.
http://www.w3.org/QA/TheMatrix has plenty of them in the last column.

> Examples of real test suites (containing docs, harness, etc.)?

	SVG?
	Though I have never seen a published test harness. I have seen with my 
eyes, the one used by Vincent Hardy (Sun) on SVG and it was really 
cool, but I don't know it if it's public.

> Example of good test suite documentation?

CSS Test Suite?

> Example of a WG encouraging/supporting publication of test results?

VoiceXML and SVG

> Example of a WG encouraging/supporting a certification or logo program 
> ("this page validates....")?

VoiceXML would like to do that, I think. (to be confirmed)



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