The goal of this document is to collect the list of reviews which have been done by QA WG participants using the Specification Guidelines Last Call version 22 November 2004. Toi do these reviews, You can use both the Text ICS or the HTML ICS. The QA Team on its own by doing QA in the field is helping on going work inside WGs to meet certain criterias of quality, then making a practical use of SpecGL.
In this table the last two columns gives the number of requirements and good practices which are not (yet) implemented. When the reviewed specification is still a work going that might becomes a target to help these WGs to achieve full requirements implementations. A full implementation report will be produced soon. There are 13 requirements. In the table the Not Applicable ones are not counted, only the "No".
The good practices are not mandatory. Then the last column is just here as an indicator and doesn't endanger Specification Guidelines, but it gives an interesting indicator of efforts that could be done to help Working Groups. It will be even more visible in the Implementation Report. Some Good Practices can only be checked by a Working Group and not by an external reviewers. Specification Guidelines is a tool to create better specification, not to make reviews.
Req. = Requirement, GP = Good Practice, (tbc) = to be confirmed
|Specification||Reviewer||Review done||Req. (13)||GP (25)|
|Ruby Annotation||Lynne Rosenthal||2004-12-09||2||11|
|SVG 1.1||Lofton Henderson (Jan 1st)|
|CC/PP||Richard Kennedy (tbc)|
|MathML 2.0||Dominique Hazaël-Massieux (tbc)|
|SMIL 2.0||Patrick Curran (tbc)|
|CSS 2.1 [CSS 2.0]||Tim Boland|
|XML 1.0||Dimitris Dimitriadis (tbc)|
|WCAG 1.0||Olivier Théreaux (tbc)|
|XSLT 1.0||Dave Marston|
|HTML 4.01||Karl Dubost||2004-12-14||3||8|
|XHTML 1.0||Karl Dubost|
|SVG 1.2 Last Call||Karl Dubost||2004-11-22||13||-|
|SISR||Charles McCathie Neville|