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[techs] Summary of techniques teleconference 28 January 2004

From: Michael Cooper <michaelc@watchfire.com>
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2004 16:25:18 -0500
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Michael Cooper
Ben Caldwell
Chris Ridpath
Tom Croucher
David MacDonald
Jenae Andershonis
Don Evans
Lisa Seeman
Charles McCathieNevile


We completed the discussion of the QA test framework [1]. Checkpoint 4.3,
about automating testing, led to a lot of questions about what we're
testing, and whether it's automatable. There is more to hash out around this
but a conclusion seems to be that since we need to test the guidelines, not
implemenations of the guidelines, it may not be automatable, though other
parts of the testing framework such as results collection and analyis will
be. Most of the other checkpoints we looked at we simply agreed we need to
do. Having reviewed this document, we need to prepare feedback to the QA
Working Group, and also figure out how we are going to implement it for
ourselves - those are probably part of the same process.


Jenae: Finish prototype of test framework
Chris: Post test files to UofT site
Charles: Send Euroaccessibility testing stuff and reporting stuff
Jenae: Find out what our commitment to Level 3 in a previous draft of QA
framework means in current version
Jenae: Pull the main WCAG group into other QA activities
Jenae: Send draft QA PD around
Michael: Make response to QA WG about our responses to the document


[1] http://www.w3.org/TR/2003/WD-qaframe-test-20030516/#gl4

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