RE: Submit Annotation test results - RE: PR of consolidated model tests created

Dear Tim, all,

Thank you for making the test suites and framework available!

It is great to have some external tests besides our own to validate our implementation, and we would very much like to submit the results and hopefully be mention as one of the implementations. With regards to timing, we will start setting up the tool and running the tests already this week, but to help us better manage our work we were wondering if there is a concrete deadline  for them to be considered for CR status... or if once the minimum of 2 implementations for each function is reached, the CR is approved, but implementations may continue to submit their results after that and still be listed as implementations.

Best regards,

Hugo Manguinhas
Technical R&D Coordinator

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From: Tim Cole []
Sent: 15 September 2016 03:40
To: 'W3C Public Annotation List'
Subject: Submit Annotation test results - RE: PR of consolidated model tests created

Just to follow up a bit,

If you have an annotation client, tool or service that creates json-ld serializations of annotations conformant to sections 1-4 of the Web Annotation Data Model, Candidate Recommendation, please run an annotation(s) representative of your application through our test suite and submit your results to the W3C test results server as described in the file here:

We can't exit CR successfully until we have demonstrated implementations, i.e., until we have enough test results demonstrating successful implementation of model features.

To facilitate your development efforts and the ongoing work some of you are doing to update from the older OA data model, you can also use the test suite to validate and confirm features implemented without submitting your results until your client has reached level of maturity desired. The URL for the annotation data model test suite is:

(As compared to Shane's URL, I've included the extra sub-folder in anticipation of the annotation collection and pagination tests still to be added in a different sub-folder).

The 3 sets of assertions included in the test suite can also can be accessed individually; the first one in particular focuses on validation:

Thanks for your help,

Tim Cole
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

From: Shane McCarron []
Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 9:53 AM
To: W3C Public Annotation List <>
Subject: Re: PR of consolidated model tests created

Congratulations everyone on the work on this - it is now integrated into WPT!  People can access the formal version of the tests at [1].  My development server will continue to be available if we need to do further refinement.


On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 11:18 AM, Shane McCarron <<>> wrote:
Please review the PR at [1]. It reflects what was discussed on list and at the 9 Sep meeting.  Comment on the PR if you agree with it so the WPT powers that be will do the merge.


Shane McCarron
Projects Manager, Spec-Ops

Shane McCarron
Projects Manager, Spec-Ops

Received on Tuesday, 20 September 2016 14:04:59 UTC