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Subject: [xslt-conformance] Re: tests submissions

Hi All:

I have one question: which status code ('s1' - 's6') to use? Carmelo
used s5 in the sample xml file. Now, when a test has been reviewed by 2
people, which is the appropriate status?

   David, please correct me if am wrong on any of the fallowing

        1) If your decision and the decision of the other reviewer
            are that the test is ok, then I would think that the correct
            status will be "s1", which indicates acceptance.

        2) If the two decisions are not the same, then I would think that
                 the correct status will be "s0", which indicates no concensus.

What if I have some comments and/or if I've found an XSLT processor,
which produces different results than those of other XSLT processors?

        You can put your comments in the "comments" element.  It is quite
         possible that two processors can render different results, however that
         is really beyond the scope of our analysis in terms of accepting, rejecting
         ..., etc a test.  

        Your decision on accepting a test is based on your observing (looking)
         at the test and decide if the test is correct as is.

         Hope this helps.


Dimitre Novatchev.
--- Carmelo Montanez <carmelo@nist.gov> wrote:
> Hi all:
>          Basically the procedure the review  the tests is very
> simple.
>                  1) Inform me of which tests you wish to review.
>                  2)  Manually inspect the test.
>                  3) Will be helpful if the tests are run (I used two
> implementations),
>                      however reviewers are free to use any (correct
> me if I
>                      am wrong David).
>                  4) The findings can be submitted to me on an XML
> format
>                       file (see attached file for example of the one
> I
> used).   I do
>                       not have a DTD for it, however it is a simple
> file.
>                  5) I will post the findings on the web site on an
> HTML format.
>                  6) The committee will make a decision on the final
> status
>                       of the test (removal, send to W3c for further
> revision, leave
>                       as is etc).
> Thanks,
> Carmelo

> ATTACHMENT part 2 application/xml name=reviewedTests.xml

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