Re: [testing] draft of liaison letter

thanks for this draft. Just few comments:

1. s/Which HTML5 specification/ which W3C specification
2. s/to HTML5/to HTML5 (and other related W3C specifications)
3. maybe we should also add a short mention to what the W3C is planning  
around testing? We could point to [1]
4. if we ask to give priorities, we should probably indicate how we want  
these to be measured, so we can have a common approach for all  
organizations. Should we rate them from 1 (high) to 5 (low)?


On Wed, 06 Mar 2013 23:50:14 +0100, Clarke Stevens  
<> wrote:

> After I sent this I noticed that we wanted to include an invitation to  
> add and edit use cases as well. I've added some >text on that below.
> -Clarke
>> From: Clarke Stevens <>
> Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2013 3:35 PM
> To: "" <>
> Subject: [testing] draft of liaison letter
> Resent-From: <>
> Resent-Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2013 3:36 PM
> Here's a first cut at a liaison letter from the Web & TV Testing TF to  
> other organizations. It should probably be >tailored for different  
> organizations (W3C internal (e.g. Mobile), existing liaison  
> organizations, non-liaison >organizations, etc).
> ------
> [contact] at [organization],
> The Web & TV Testing task force of the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) is  
> developing testing requirements related >to HTML5, the Web, and  
> television applications. We are seeking input from organizations working  
> in this area to help >us prioritize our HTML5 testing requirements.  
> Questions you may want to answer include:
> Which HTML5 specifications are referenced in your work?
> Which HTML5 specifications are required and which are optional?
> How would you prioritize any referenced HTML5 or related (e.g. CSS)  
> specifications?
> If you are a member of W3C, your direct participation in the group would  
> be appreciated and you can directly edit >the following table (URL to  
> table). Otherwise, you can send email to:  
> Please include >[testing] at the beginning of the subject line.
> CS>We also encourage you to edit or add to our use cases here (url to  
> test cases).
>> Thanks,
> Clarke Stevens
> Moderator
> W3C Web & TV Testing Task Force
> -------------
> Feel free to edit at will.
> -Clarke

Giuseppe Pascale
Product Manager TV & Connected Devices
Opera Software

Received on Monday, 11 March 2013 07:28:15 UTC