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clarke: sent out an updated
... and got comments from Giuseppe
... removing coremob
... any other comments on this?
<giuseppep> the table is here: http://www.w3.org/2011/webtv/wiki/Testing/Feature_Coverage_Table
clarke: if no comments, Giuseppe should go ahead and send it out
giuseppe: you can update the text
and send it to me
... and I can send it out
clarke: will do
bryan: do we need to add OMA for BCAST?
<giuseppep> the list is here: http://www.w3.org/2011/webtv/wiki/Testing#Resources
clarke: do you want to be the contact person?
bryan: Mohamed from Orange would be a good starting point
clarke: any other suggestions?
clarke: Giuseppe suggested a poll
giuseppe: involve Web&TV members organizations by asking their opinions
clarke: my suggestion is using wiki and ask people to fill in
giuseppe: we can use the
questionnaire system of W3C
... need to talk with the systeam
... and kaz could help
<scribe> ACTION: giuseppe to work with kaz to create an online poll [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2013/04/03-webtv-minutes.html#action01]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-107 - Work with kaz to create an online poll [on Giuseppe Pascale - due 2013-04-10].
clarke: any questions?
giueppe: some work by Orange on
... something else we can look at
... will do it
clarke: three new use cases added by Bin
(ISSUE-62, ISSUE-63, ISSUE-64)
giuseppe: trying to understand
why these three items were listed as use cases
... these specs (EME, etc.) are important
... do we want to list them as use cases?
... what would be the best way?
clarke: requirement document is
... requirements for testing ecosystem
... testing features, etc.
<Zakim> bryan, you wanted to clarify that we were trying to figure out what the point of the use cases were, by offering some
bryan: my suggestion is focusing
... organizing test framework is handled by the testing wiki organized by Tobie
... at least CoreMob has decided to hand off testing topics to the Testing TF
giuseppe: the plan is not running
this TF for years
... bringing our requirements to the testing wiki
... after our having discussion on our own requirements, we can join them
bryan: we can put ides on the table
clarke: testing features beyond what we've done or the testing initiative would be useful
giuseppe: if you see the above
link on "what the TV testing TF do"
... there is description on what will be done
... input from industry
<bryan> so would you consider the use cases created by the other TF's in a similar vein
bryan: you got a use case
... e.g., tablet-based TV
bryan: which web&tv technology would be used?
giuseppe: correcting priority would be what we should do
clarke: we've got service
discovery use case
... individual use case would be added to requirements for testing framework
giuseppe: use cases which have
impact for testing framework
... if those use cases highlight issues of the testing framework, it would be great
<bryan> so it would be helpful for the "will do the following" part of the wiki to clarify what the use cases will focus on
giuseppe: benchmarking may need additional api
bryan: use cases drives the
discussion on testing framework. right?
... it would be better to add some clarification
... on what the use cases will focus on
clarke: do you want to add some text?
giuseppe: adding some high level bullet
clarke: we're specifically searching for requirements for the testing framework
<bryan> sorry for the confusion, I think at least for us the intent is clear now
<scribe> ACTION: clarke to add clarification on what use cases for testing tf focus on [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2013/04/03-webtv-minutes.html#action02]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-108 - Add clarification on what use cases for testing tf focus on [on Clarke Stevens - due 2013-04-10].
<giuseppep> bryan: no problem, is ok to have these discussions
<scribe> ACTION: Bin to coordinate with Mark on possible modification [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2013/04/03-webtv-minutes.html#action03]
<trackbot> Error finding 'Bin'. You can review and register nicknames at <http://www.w3.org/2011/webtv/track/users>.
clarke: will continue to use wiki format for web&tv testing requirements document
[ adjourned ]