Re: [tap] RFC Status?

Andrew de Andrade <andrew@deandrade.com.br> Tue, 12 August 2014 20:14 UTC

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Subject: Re: [tap] RFC Status?
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On Tue, Aug 12, 2014 at 12:36 PM, Jonathan Kingston <jonathan@jooped.co.uk>
wrote:

> @Bruno I worked on the layout and the rest is on Github where
> conversations can be continued for proposals as I didn't really like the
> site being a wiki style. To gain any form of authority TAP needs to portray
> itself much like any other body where conversations can be held elsewhere.
>
> My plan was to make a repo just for test proposals if you like in the
> style of w3c proposals under the TestAnything org:
> https://github.com/TestAnything
>

Agree. Moving everything under the TestAnything github org sounds like a
solid approach.


>
> There is some bits that have been raised on Github which needs some
> discussions as realistically people are developing alternatives to TAP
> because of its shortcomings. However the JSON formats that have been
> developed so far seem to have issues themselves despite being an attractive
> concept.
>

Do you have any links to these alternatives and to discussions regarding
what shortcomings in TAP that people are becoming frustrated with?


> I am very much interested in it being an RFC however like the site
> maintenance I am lacking a little in time.
>

Since the site is a github.io page, maintenance can be handled by any of us
via a pull request. Are there any outstanding tasks that need to be
addressed on the site?