The new draft will be posted to QA IG mailing-list for comments. We may receive an email or read a news which raises an interesting question to be develop in a longer post.
The public output has been in the forms of interviews. At the time of the publication, it was mentionned that a schema could be useful to help implementers to use it in their tools.
Like old-fashioned pre-cable TV advertising.
We have to make very clear that it's not a way to collect issues about Web architecture document itself.
There are rules, driving the development of specifications. I didn't have time to get used to this technology, and a new version is already available.
This has its own limits and issues but gives a good starting point. The WASP is now interested in developing a kind of curriculum framework to help lecturers into their teaching.
He made a few points in his message which will be certainly discussed by the Web communities in the following days. Small closed communities are a lot easier to manage. " Others will say "Come on, I want to use the cool features of technology X.
As always we have much more work to do than we have people to do it, so we would very much welcome assistance from people in the conformance testing community.
The new draft will be posted to QA IG mailing-list for comments.
How can users determine these qualities? Software is developed upon technologies that are freely accessible and implementable on a royalty free basis.
So, they are not normative.
They highlight some common implementation issues in user agents and HTTP-based softwares. It would include the time constraints, budget allocations, resources, etc. It helps create better specifications by raising and discussing technical issues, by reviewing materials, by providing fresh input.
At the time of the publication, it was mentionned that a schema could be useful to help implementers to use it in their tools. How can users determine these qualities?
This has its own limits and issues but gives a good starting point. We require validation tools that work and are kept up to date. He made a few points in his message which will be certainly discussed by the Web communities in the following days.