Thank you for your feedback.
I have added the “egg” to the project site and I also mentioned in a note that the project is incubating.
I have also clarified the nature and provenance of TTCN-3 as follows:
“TTCN-3 is a modular
language specifically designed for testing (the acronym itself stands for Test and Test Conformance Notation), standardized by ETSI (see www.ttcn-3.org)
and endorsed by ITU.”
As for the numbering, we are trying to keep it in sync with our internal notation to avoid confusion; I also believe this is justified for a product that has
about fifteen years of age.
With the hope that I managed to address your concerns
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In principle, this is fine with me ... but one question and one comment came to mind.
I assume you are still considered "incubating" (even though your release number is greater than 1). I'm not concerned about the number, that's understandable, but I didn't see it mentioned that
you were "an Incubating project". Are you? (I would think so). If so, would be good to mention that up front (and, put an "egg" on your website). If I have misunderstood some "prior agreement" with EMO, let me know.
Also, not to be too picky about my own ignorance, I could not see where you said what TTCN-3
was. I know how to use "Google Search" :) but stylistically, would be nice to "spell out" what the ascyron stands for and give a link to "what it was". (Apologies in advance, if I just missed
it, in my quick read.)
From: Elemér Lelik <elemer.lelik@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Please review/approve the following release:
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