Re: sc2.5.1_l1_002 step 2: Structure review

Hi Carlos,

Carlos Iglesias wrote:
> * contact information of the submitter is available;
> Where is supposed to be recorded this information?

Good question.

> * all necessary files follow the naming conventions;
> There is a "testfile" subdirectory for the test 
> sample content and a "metadata" subdirectory for the 
> metadata, but the proposed name in the usage document 
> for the test sample content is "content" instead of 
> "testfile"

Ouch! We may need to change that back to "testfile" in the usage 
document, or live with an abandoned subdirectory.

> Additionally the test sample makes use of embedded 
> scripting, should this have been externalized under a 
> script subdirectory?

Good point.

> * all necessary files are valid in their use;
> What is this suppose to mean? Are we talking about 
> grammar validation?

Sometimes files will be intentionally invalid according to the formal 
grammar so we can't say that all test files must be valid.

What would be a better wording? Maybe "no unintentional validity errors" 
as we did with broken links?

> Additionally there is a "requiredTests" element which 
> is not part of the Metadata Vocabulary

Do we allow extra data in the metadata or not?


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