RE: DRAFT minutes, QA Working Group Teleconference 2003-02-24

My intent was a clear separation of the W3C test cases from the rest of
the content it is compiled with. 

This is the case with the books having appendixes with W3C specs. I
assume that the W3C would not like a book with appendix that contains a
W3C spec with couple key paragraphs thrown away?:)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joseph Reagle []
> Sent: Monday, March 03, 2003 1:05 PM
> To: Kirill Gavrylyuk;; Lofton Henderson
> Subject: Re: DRAFT minutes, QA Working Group Teleconference 2003-02-24
> On Monday 24 February 2003 22:51, Kirill Gavrylyuk wrote:
> > 4a. Addition. Add company's own test cases - clearly separate the
> > test suite and company's test cases. You can add a W3C test
> > only as a whole, cannot exclude any of the test cases from it. (I
> > sure about that during the telconf, but convinced now)
> As I was adding these issues to my summary, I realized I neglected to
> address this point. The W3C does never tried to prohibit the
> of
> materials under the Document License. For instance, one can frequently
> find
> books about W3C Recommendations that include them in their appendices
> or
> are wholesale compilations. (Consequently, I don't think this is a
> case with respect to test cases.)

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