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This page explains how to participate in the W3C HTML5 test suite effort. There are a number of ways to participate. We welcome contributions of new test cases. The more tests we have, the faster we can improve interoperability among Web browsers.
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This page explains how to participate in the W3C HTML5 test suite effort. This effort is managed by the HTML5 test suite task force. There are a number of ways to participate. We welcome contributions of new test cases. The more tests we have, the faster we can improve interoperability among Web browsers.
  
  

Revision as of 03:59, 12 February 2011

This page explains how to participate in the W3C HTML5 test suite effort. This effort is managed by the HTML5 test suite task force. There are a number of ways to participate. We welcome contributions of new test cases. The more tests we have, the faster we can improve interoperability among Web browsers.


Discussion

Running the test suite

  • HTML5 Test Suite Conformance Results. Results not yet significant. Test reports are only accepted from user agent (e.g. Web browsers) implementors at this time. Given that this is work in progress, it is not our priority to update those results.
  • Run the tests

Approved tests

New tests

Bug Reports

Areas for improvement

  • the total number of tests (see How to Write and Submit a Test Case)
  • the coverage of the HTML5 features (see )
  • the classification per feature of those tests
  • the testing harness, to produce as many automatic tests as possible

Conference Calls

The group meets every two weeks, mainly on irc:

IRC #htmlt

You may find some of us on the phone at the same time:

Time 16:00-17:00 UTC (11:00am-12:00pm Boston local)
Zakim Bridge +1.617.761.6200, conference 48658


Meeting Dates October -> March 2011

10/5 10/19
11/2 Canceled Due to TPAC in Lyon France
11/16 11/30
12/14 No meeting on 12/28 Holidays
1/11 1/25
2/8 2/22
3/8 3/22