The QA Handbook

Daniel Dardailler, Dimitris Dimitriadis, Karl Dubost, Dominique Hazaël-Massieux, Lofton Henderson, David Marston, Patrick Curran, Lynne Rosenthal, Mark Skall, Andrew Thackrah, Olivier Théreaux, Jeremy J. Carroll, Richard Kennedy, Tim Boland

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The QA Handbook (QAH) is a non-normative handbook about the process and operational aspects of certain quality assurance practices of W3C's Working Groups, with particular focus on testability and test topics. It is intended for Working Group chairs and team contacts. It aims to help them to avoid known pitfalls and benefit from experiences gathered from the W3C Working Groups themselves. It provides techniques, tools, and templates that should facilitate and accelerate their work. This document is one of the QA Framework (QAF) family of documents of the Quality Assurance (QA) Activity. QAF includes the other in-progress specification, Specification Guidelines, plus a handful of test- and other QA-related notes, advanced topics, and Wiki page collections.

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