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Re: status of http://www.w3.org/2002/03owlt/ (Re: TEST: Functional and InverseFunctional tests for approval)

From: Jeremy Carroll <jjc@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2002 13:00:21 +0200
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Peter asks:
> What is the status of this directory?

> Can anyone put tests in it?

Practically no.
You need to jump through a few hoops with Dan to get CVS access to the
I see no reason why you shouldn't though. The whole directory is such a mess
that a few more arbitrary additions couldn't make it much worse.

I would be pleased if you did create some tests and added them.

A proposed clear up approach is to machine process the manifest files to
generate index files that only show the good stuff eventually.
Frankly I wouldn't be surprised if we need a much more dictatorial approach
in which a dictator with sole control of a new directory copies approved
tests into it, making editorial changes at whim. Currently we only have
about five approved tests.

> If not, why is Jeremy Carroll putting tests in it in
> advance of working group approval?

When I add a test I add an entry in the Manifest file of that directory
showing that the status is "PROPOSED". When and if it is approved the status
line changes, and a link to the approving minutes should be added.

Received on Tuesday, 27 August 2002 06:55:34 UTC

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