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<trackbot> Date: 03 December 2012
JS: Short meeting: no new tests
presented this week.
... Jan & Jeanne met with Judy to review the Testing document. She liked the overall procedure, although she had many suggestions to improve the clarity of the testing document.
GP: What's the bottom line of what we have to do to be done -- to have ATAG be a completed recommendation?
JS: We need to finish the testing
proceedure, then start running tests on different products. For
each success criteria, we need to have two products that
demonstrate that SC and pass the test(s) for that SC. We also
need to have products that demonstrate ATAG implemenation
overall, but that is a broad area that needs a lot of
... Jan and I have developed criteria for the overall acceptance, but Judy has asked for improvements.
... we are going to draft another version.
GP: What is the holdup?
JS: We need more people writing
tests. Once the test plan is done, we can start testing
... It would be helpful if you could start running a product through the tests we have now, so we can get an idea how useful the tests are.
GP: I will start trying it out on an authoring tool.
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