Yesterday, August 26, 2002, the Quality Assurance (QA) Working Group released a Working Draft of the specification guidelines for QA Framework. The goal of this document is to provide a framework for all Working Groups within the W3C to write “clearer, more implementable, and better testable technical reports.”
Will this honestly result in W3C documents that are clearer to the public? It’s difficult to say, but one irony is that while this framework is considerably more clear than some W3C information, it still contains many of the problems that the document is seeking to address!
Check out the QA Framework Specification Guidelines and decide for yourself.
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