Re: "Help" channels in terms of testing

On Monday, June 3, 2013 at 9:25 PM, James Graham wrote:
> I think this is the best idea. It is clear that the testing community is
> too fractured at the moment; even when decisions are made once they get 
> explained multiple times; typically once on public-html-testsuite (or in 
> #htmlt), once on public-webapps-testsuite (or in #webapps). If CSS wasn't 
> even more of a ghetto we would probably have the same conversations on 
> public-css-testsuite. I don't even know how people in other WGs like Web 
> Performance and WebRTC WG are finding out things about testing. Possibly 
> they aren't.
> Specifically I suggest we drop everything apart from public-test-infra and 
> #testing. Anything that is truly WG specific should go to the main WG 
> mailing list.

Can't agree more. 

Pruned the doc to its bare essentials[1]. Compiled those resources in the testing wiki's liaison page[2] for future reference and consolidation.


Received on Tuesday, 4 June 2013 11:51:22 UTC