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<trackbot> ACTION-52 -- Wilhelm Joys Andersen to draft a blog post on SPARTAN -- due 2009-05-26 -- OPEN
Wilhelm: missing a few things,
but the basic are there
... will post before end of week
<trackbot> ACTION-2 -- Kai Hendry to continue integrating his tests WTF -- due 2009-05-01 -- OPEN
Kai: I joined the WebApps WG
meeting last week - gave them a report of where I was
... the widgets spec have changed quite a lot
... I've been designing tests so that they could be queried through the Widget API
... but the Widget API is quite unstable - the group won't be relying on them to be done
... they are pushing ahead with packaging and configuration to CR
... and they need tests that don't rely on Widgets API for that
... when you look at all the "must" assertions in the P&C spec,
... they're all down to ZIP tests, not using reserved names, etc
... so WTF isn't quite suitable for these types of tests
... This means I'll have to go back to basics for the tests that are needed now
... they would want to move to Candidate Rec next month - so I need to spend a bit more time on P&C stuff for now
Wilhelm: so should these tests be made outside of WTF? or should we change WTF to fit better these tests?
Kai: WTF could probably be changed, but I think just producing Zip files will be simpler for this kind of tests
Dom: is dev.w3.org up to date?
Kai: no, I have redone some of the stuff and haven't committed to dev
<scribe> ACTION: Kai to update tests on dev.w3.org [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2009/06/16-mwts-minutes.html#action01]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-58 - Update tests on dev.w3.org [on Kai Hendry - due 2009-06-23].
Dom: If I want to contribute tests, do I need to use your git repository? or can I use CVS on dev.w3.org?
Kai: I'd prefer if you would use
git - but I'm not sure if it's set up for contributions
... I want to blog about how to contribute tests
... adding tests to WTF isn't exactly easy
<scribe> ACTION: Kai to describe how to contribute tests (will serve as input to blog post) [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2009/06/16-mwts-minutes.html#action02]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-59 - Describe how to contribute tests (will serve as input to blog post) [on Kai Hendry - due 2009-06-23].
<trackbot> ACTION-55 -- Wilhelm Joys Andersen to look at WCTMB2 ideas -- due 2009-06-02 -- OPEN
Wilhelm: I haven't been able to make progress; I hope to have something out before leaving on vacation
<trackbot> ACTION-57 -- Kai Hendry to propose another blog on widgets testing -- due 2009-06-16 -- OPEN
Kai: will blog about contributing tests (ACTION-59)
<trackbot> ACTION-57 Propose another blog on widgets testing closed
Kai: wanted to mention that BONDI has a test framework that I would like to chat about
<trackbot> ACTION-21 -- Wilhelm Joys Andersen to send Opera's feedback on OMA test suites -- due 2009-03-17 -- OPEN
<trackbot> ACTION-14 -- Dominique Hazaël-Massieux to look back at OMA situation and report -- due 2009-03-17 -- OPEN
Dom: some progress on validating the new test suites released by OMA
Kai: any experience on how to extract testing assertions from Widget Specs?
Dom: done that with XSLT a few times, can do taht for Widget P&C if you're interested
<scribe> ACTION: Dom to provide an extraction of test assertions from Widgets P&C (and tool to do it) [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2009/06/16-mwts-minutes.html#action03]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-60 - Provide an extraction of test assertions from Widgets P&C (and tool to do it) [on Dominique Hazaël-Massieux - due 2009-06-23].
Wilhelm: away next two weeks
Kai: would be good to meet next week since we need to move ahead with the widgets tests
Dom: ok, let's keep the meeting for next week then, and see if we meet in two weeks as well or not
RESOLUTION: Next meeting on June 23, regrets from Wilhelm