RE: W3C Testing How To slides

Is this tweet correct on the venue?


-----Original Message-----
From: Rebecca Hauck [] 
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 3:22 PM
To: Philippe Le Hegaret; public-test-infra
Subject: Re: W3C Testing How To slides

Hi Philippe,

These slides are great! Are you planning on attending Test The Web Forward in Paris prior to TPAC on October 26 & 27?  James Graham and I are each going give a talk on parts of what you have here - he is going to present on testharness.js and I will be walking through how to create a reftest.
You have a lot of additional great information here that would be very useful at the event for new test writers.  I particularly like the first
10 slides the cover figuring out what to test.

If you are able to attend, would you like to co-present with James and me?
If you can't make it, perhaps I can include some of this into my talk.

Feel free to contact me directly off-list if you want to discuss the logistics of the event.

Here's the site: (Note: we are finalizing the venue today, but it will be in central Paris at a university)


On 9/16/12 6:31 AM, "Philippe Le Hegaret" <> wrote:

>Mike and I put slides together on how to do testing at W3C:
>This slides set is intended to serve as an introduction and could be 
>used to present testing to Working Groups.
>I'm thinking to do a break out session during the TPAC by going over 
>those slides.
>There are still some gaps in them.
>Feedback and contributions to those slides are welcome:

Received on Monday, 17 September 2012 23:33:58 UTC