[Accessibility] Re: a11y API/ABI Testing

Gregory J. Rosmaita oedipus at hicom.net
Wed Nov 14 08:40:36 PST 2007

aloha, all!

the wiki page on which to list tests and test suites is:


note that you must be a registered Linux Foundation user to edit the 
page -- you can login or create an account using the following URI:


apologies for not getting the meeting minutes from the main open a11y 
call mounted in their entirety yet -- i had a medical appointment close 
on the heels of the a11y conference call and was not able to do so in a 
timely manner; i anticipate mounting the minutes later this afternoon -- 
apologies for any inconvenience this may cause


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---------- Original Message -----------
From: David Bolter <david.bolter at utoronto.ca>
To: George Kraft IV <gk4 at austin.ibm.com>
Cc: accessibility-atspi at lists.linux-foundation.org
Sent: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 14:59:10 -0500
Subject: [Accessibility-atspi] a11y API/ABI Testing

> Hi George,
> This is a open a11y call followup.
> Thanks very much for your offer to follow up with details of atk 
> tests. We thought it best if I cc'ed the atspi list so that 
> other interested parties can take notes. You mentioned some ATK 
> tests in the gtk module, some ATK tests donated by IBM to the 
> LSB, and finally work being done by the Russian Academy of 
> Science. I understand the LSB testing is at the API/ABI level 
> and tests argument ranges and return values etc.?
> I think George is going to set up a wiki page for us to collect 
> resources so that we can share a vision for all this stuff, but 
> if you'd like to share details (a brain dump perhaps), please 
> feel free to reply here.
> cheers,
> David
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