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[CSSWG] Summary and Resolutions June 2009 F2F Part I: Testing, Liaisons, and Administrivia

From: fantasai <fantasai.lists@inkedblade.net>
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 23:18:22 -0700
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To: www-style@w3.org
Test Suites

   - Various bits of infrastructure not set up, many confused about
     where to find unreviewed tests and what to do with them.
   - Desire for zip file of tests.
   - Need to set up cron job to build all tests, not just reviewed ones.
   - Need to either organize or document svn repo, it's a mess.
   - People complaining about documentation being out-of-date (?)
     or hard-to-find.
   - Various wishlist items proposed
   - Target date for adequate coverage set to Sept 15th.
   - Discussion of Selectors test suite changes, new version published.
   - Agreement to make svn repo (rather than W3C CVS) the master
     repository, W3C to make backups daily.


   Mozilla is proposing a new format for CSS tests. It can't be used to
   test everything, but can make testing many things much simpler and
   easy to automate. The basic principle is that each test consists of
   two files, which must be rendered identically. A complex test can
   then be compared against a simpler page that has the same result.
   This is better than comparing against an image because it equalizes
   font availability, anti-aliasing, and other platform- and UA-specific
   aspects of CSS rendering.

   RESOLVED: we accept tests in ref-format as well, as long as they have the
             existing metadata style
   RATIONALE: Many tests easier to write, and especially, to run this way.

Molly's Role and the CSSWG Website

   - Discussion of Bert's proposed homepage redesign based on Jason's design
   - General agreement to assign liaison role to Molly; she will be responsible
     for demonstrating new CSS features, educating the public on developments
     in CSS, and collecting feedback from designers.


   Discussed IPTV liaison statement and our response to it.

Upcoming Meetings

   - TPAC meeting is 2-3 Nov 2009
   - Targetting 22-24 March, hosted by Apple in Bay Area
   - Targetting 18-20 August, hosted by Opera in Oslo

Disposition of Comments Format

   Discussion of formatting for Disposition of Comments document. Various
   authors have adopted different style, Daniel wants to consolidate.

Abandoned Working Drafts

   RESOLVED: CSS Math dropped, another WG is working on something related
   RESOLVED: keep "style attribute syntax" spec, but strip it down to only
             currently-valid syntax
   RESOLVED: drop Hyperlink Presentation module, publish note to EOL it
   RESOLVED: Replace CSS Introduction with Snapshot
   RESOLVED: drop Reader Media Type module, publish note to EOL it
   RESOLVED: Publish a new WD of CSS OM View
   RESOLVED: drop Aural style sheets from list of work items
   RESOLVED: drop CSS Scoping form list of work items
   RESOLVED: Ruby spec on hold until editor is found
   RESOLVED: CSSOM not dropped, just abandoned temporarily
   RESOLVED: CSS Presentation Levels discontinued, publish note containing
             entire content of the current document

   http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-style/2009Jun/0178.html [Testing]
   http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-style/2009Jun/0179.html [Scheduling, Website, DoC format
   http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-style/2009Jun/0180.html [Abandoned Drafts]
   http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-style/2009Jun/0181.html [IPTV]

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