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From [email protected] Thu Mar 11 11:31:40 1993 Path: uunet!bounce-back From: [email protected] (Chuck Ames) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.software-eng Subject: RFD: comp.testing Followup-To: news.groups Date: 11 Mar 1993 00:54:07 -0500 Organization: Jet Propulsion Laboratory Lines: 115 Sender: [email protected] Approved: [email protected] Message-ID: <[email protected]> NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:3332 news.groups:67868 comp.software-eng:13536  SUMMARY:                       This is a request for discussion regarding the proposed creation of a new  moderated newsgroup, possibly called comp.testing.  Comp.testing will be a  spin-off from comp.software-eng to harbor discussions of testing tools and  techniques for both hardware and software systems.    PURPOSE:  Currently, discussions of tools and techniques for software testing take  place in comp.software-eng.  While testing is inarguably a vital part of  software engineering, a new group specifically designated for discussions  of testing issues may be justified for two reasons:  1)  comp.software-eng gets a relatively great deal of traffic.  It may  not be a bad idea to re-direct some of this traffic.  2)  Usenet does not currently have a newsgroup which seems appropriate  for discussions of hardware and system testing.  A new newsgroup whose  charter specifically includes these issues could fill this gap.  CONTENTS:  For the purpose of this discussion, we will assume that a system is  comprised of hardware, software, people, and procedures.  Comp.testing should be chartered to include discussions characterized by the following  list of subjects, compiled from preliminary discussions:    - system test automation   - system test planning   - system test optimization (e.g. minimize regression testing)   - test tools   - test metrics   - measurement technology    - nature of testing under various development models (e.g.      object-oriented, real time, etc...)   - testing in a rapid prototyping environment (i.e. sans spec)   - relationship of various classes/types of tests to requirements, ...   - conference and symposium announcements   - the definition of "software testing" and its relationship to SQA and         debugging.   - requirements traceability   - risk-based testing   - the most useful form of specifications and functional requirements      from the tester's point of view.     - testing techniques, e.g., structured testing using control flowgraphs      and basis path testing, equivalence class partitioning, boundary value      analysis, cause-effect graphing, path predicate testing, data flow      testing, program slices, data object state and usage analysis, data      flow anomaly analysis, and sensitivity analysis.   - test coverage criteria, e.g., statement (C1), path,  branch (C2),      module (S0), and call-pair (S1) coverage criteria.  All levels of testing for both hardware and software should be considered  appropriate subject matter.  While it is likely that the group will take  on a software flavor early on, we should try to generate interest and  input from people with hardware and system testing experience.  It is  especially important that we foster discussion of *system* level testing  issues, since this is the weakest area of our collective knowledge.  If the Usenet community decides that the new group should be moderated, then I volunteer to serve in that capacity.  (Warning: Campaign starts  here:)  I work in the spacecraft integration and test organization at the  Jet Propulsion Laboratory.  Engineers in my section, and within other JPL  organizations, have a great deal of experience in system level integration  and test which I would seek to relate in the proposed newsgroup.  In  addition, NASA's new commitment to technology transfer with Industry and  Acadamia helps ensure that personnel at JPL and other NASA centers will be  anxious to do their part in making this newsgroup a valuable resource for  the entire Usenet community.  RATIONALE:  The system development community is very diverse in the kinds of systems  we build. From scientific software to industrial machinery, all systems  require testing.  The number of systems that fall into the hybrid category - hardware/software/people/procedures - is increasing, but it is not clear that the focus of testing research is following that shift.   Little knowledge of system level testing approaches, methods, and tools  has been codified and made readily available to the testing community.   The proposed newsgroup, comp.testing, could help fill that gap by  providing a channel for testing researchers and professionals to exchange  experiences at all levels, from code fragment or circuit diagram to  automobile or spacecraft.   ISSUES:  The following issues should be resolved during the discussion:    - Name:  for starters, how about:            comp.testing            comp.system-testing            comp.qa (quality asurance)            comp.vv (verification and validation)          - Charter:  What has been left out?  What should be restated?  Excluded?    - Moderation: should the group be moderated?  If so, by whom?      - Attitude toward vendor publicity: solicited only? strictly forbidden?     DISCUSSION PERIOD AND VOTE:  The discussion period will be to 17 April 93.  Please post all discussion in "news.groups", cross-posting as appropriate.  If a consensus is reached by the end of the discussion period, a Call for Votes (CFV) will be posted at that time.  The voting period, in accordance with Usenet guidelines, will last for 30 days. --  Chuck Ames Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology [email protected]        From [email protected] Wed Apr 28 18:54:45 1993 Path: uunet!bounce-back From: Chuck Ames <[email protected]> Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.software-eng Subject: CFV: comp.software.testing Followup-To: poster Date: 27 Apr 1993 16:22:19 -0400 Organization: Jet Propulsion Laboratory Lines: 105 Sender: [email protected] Approved: [email protected] Message-ID: <[email protected]> NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:3514 news.groups:70949 comp.software-eng:14303               First Call for Votes: comp.software.testing  ABSTRACT  Here we go: Voting period is April 27 through May 27.  To vote please  send a message with the subject line:                        comp.software.testing: YES                                   or                       comp.software.testing: NO 	 to: 	[email protected] 	 	 DISCUSSION  A request for discussion (RFD) for a new software testing newsgroup was posted on March 15 with 2nd and 3rd RFDs posted on April 5 and April 16, respectively.  The group's name (whew!) and charter were  accepted.    STATUS  comp.software.testing will be unmoderated.   CHARTER  (duplicated from 3rd RFD)  For the purpose of this discussion, we will assume that a system is  comprised of hardware, software, people, and procedures.  Comp.testing should be chartered to include discussions characterized by the following  list of subjects, compiled from preliminary discussions:    - system test automation   - system test planning   - system test optimization (e.g. minimize regression testing)   - test tools   - test metrics   - measurement technology    - nature of testing under various development models (e.g.      object-oriented, real time, etc...)   - testing in a rapid prototyping environment (i.e. sans spec)   - relationship of various classes/types of tests to requirements, ...   - conference and symposium announcements   - the definition of "software testing" and its relationship to SQA and         debugging.   - requirements traceability   - risk-based testing   - the most useful form of specifications and functional requirements      from the tester's point of view.     - testing techniques, e.g., structured testing using control flowgraphs      and basis path testing, equivalence class partitioning, boundary value      analysis, cause-effect graphing, path predicate testing, data flow      testing, program slices, data object state and usage analysis, data      flow anomaly analysis, and sensitivity analysis.   - test coverage criteria, e.g., statement (C1), path,  branch (C2),      module (S0), and call-pair (S1) coverage criteria.  All levels of testing for both hardware and software should be considered  appropriate subject matter.  While it is likely that the group will take  on a software flavor early on, we should try to generate interest and  input from people with hardware and system testing experience.  It is  especially important that we foster discussion of *system* level testing  issues, since this is the weakest area of our collective knowledge.  VOTING  The voting period will last from April 27 to May 27 (23:59 PST).  In  accordance with Usenet Guidelines, at least 2/3 of the votes cast must be  YES votes, and there must be at least 100 more YES votes than NO votes.  To vote, please send a message with the subject line:                        comp.software.testing: YES                                   or                       comp.software.testing: NO  to: 	[email protected]  A "YES" vote will be interpreted as "I vote for the creation of  comp.software.testing as proposed." and a "NO" vote will be taken to mean  "I vote against the creation of comp.software.testing as proposed."   Conditional votes will not be counted.  In the event that more than one vote is received from an individual, only  the most recent will be counted.  Two additional CFV's will be posted during the voting period and each  will contain a list of all people who have voted up to that time, however no indication of how people are voting will be given until the final  acknowledgement, at which time the full vote will be made public.  SCHEDULE  This CFV was issued April 27.  The voting period will end May 27 at 23:59  (PST). --  Chuck Ames Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology [email protected]  From [email protected] Tue May 11 08:42:29 1993 Path: uunet!bounce-back From: [email protected] (Chuck Ames) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.software-eng Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK: comp.software.testing Followup-To: poster Date: 10 May 1993 12:02:11 -0400 Organization: Jet Propulsion Laboratory Lines: 367 Sender: [email protected] Approved: [email protected] Message-ID: <[email protected]> NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:3566 news.groups:71739 comp.software-eng:14464                  Call for Votes: comp.software.testing                     Second Call and Acknowledgment  ABSTRACT  Voting period is April 27 through May 27.  To vote please send a  message with the subject line:                       comp.software.testing: YES                              or                      comp.software.testing: NO  to: 	[email protected] 	 The names of all who have voted thus far are listed at the end of this  post.  If you have voted, please verify that your name is on this list  and notify me of any discrepancies.  DISCUSSION  A request for discussion (RFD) for a new software testing newsgroup was posted on March 15 with 2nd and 3rd RFDs posted on April 5 and April 16, respectively.  The group's name (whew!) and charter were  accepted.    STATUS  comp.software.testing will be unmoderated.   CHARTER  (duplicated from 3rd RFD)  For the purpose of this discussion, we will assume that a system  is comprised of hardware, software, people, and procedures.   Comp.software.testing should be chartered to include discussions  characterized by the following list of subjects, compiled from  preliminary discussions:    - system test automation   - system test planning   - system test optimization (e.g. minimize regression testing)   - test tools   - test metrics   - measurement technology    - nature of testing under various development models (e.g.      object-oriented, real time, etc...)   - testing in a rapid prototyping environment (i.e. sans spec)   - relationship of various classes/types of tests to requirements   - conference and symposium announcements   - the definition of "software testing" and its relationship to      SQA and debugging.   - requirements traceability   - risk-based testing   - the most useful form of specifications and functional      requirements from the tester's point of view.     - testing techniques, e.g., structured testing using control      flowgraphs and basis path testing, equivalence class      partitioning, boundary value analysis, cause-effect graphing,      path predicate testing, data flow testing, program slices, data      object state and usage analysis, data flow anomaly analysis,      and sensitivity analysis.   - test coverage criteria, e.g., statement (C1), path,  branch      (C2), module (S0), and call-pair (S1) coverage criteria.  All levels of testing for both hardware and software should be  considered appropriate subject matter.  While it is likely that  the group will take on a software flavor early on, we should try  to generate interest and input from people with hardware and  system testing experience.  It is especially important that we  foster discussion of *system* level testing issues, since this  is the weakest area of our collective knowledge.  VOTING  The voting period will last from April 27 to May 27 (23:59 PST).   In accordance with Usenet Guidelines, at least 2/3 of the votes  cast must be YES votes, and there must be at least 100 more YES  votes than NO votes.  To vote, please send a message with the subject line:                        comp.software.testing: YES                                   or                       comp.software.testing: NO  to: 	[email protected]  A "YES" vote will be interpreted as "I vote for the creation of  comp.software.testing as proposed." and a "NO" vote will be taken  to mean "I vote against the creation of comp.software.testing as  proposed."  Conditional votes will not be counted.  In the event that more than one vote is received from an individual,  only the most recent will be counted.  Two additional CFV's will be posted during the voting period and  each will contain a list of all people who have voted up to that  time, however no indication of how people are voting will be given  until the final acknowledgement, at which time the full vote will  be made public.   SCHEDULE  The original CFV was issued April 27.  The voting period will end May 27  at 23:59 (PST).   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Goradia) [email protected] (Tom Tatlow) [email protected] (Tom Arman) [email protected] (Ted Krivoruchka) [email protected] (Tero Ahtee) [email protected] (Thomas D.Gasser) [email protected] (RAVI SHASTRI) [email protected] (Teresa Merklin) [email protected] (Hansjoerg Toepfer) [email protected] (Thomas Gould x3210) [email protected] (Tom Neal) [email protected] (Tom Cunningham) [email protected] (Timo Salmi) [email protected] () [email protected] (Mark Veksler) [email protected] (Vonn Marsch) [email protected] (Udo Voges) [email protected] () [email protected] (Wags Man) [email protected] (Bill Wake) [email protected] (Walt Weber) [email protected] (Ron Wiegand) [email protected] ("Lih Yen Hsieh") [email protected] (Dennis Wodarz) [email protected]mprgate.mpr.ca (Pok Wong) [email protected] (Jim Wood) woods%[email protected] (Greg A. Woods) [email protected] (Steve Wright) [email protected] (Yaakov Kayman) [email protected] (David Zeitler) [email protected] (Xiaoming Zhang) [email protected] (Jon Ziegler) --  Chuck Ames Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology [email protected]  From [email protected] Mon Jun  7 10:37:06 1993 Path: uunet!bounce-back From: Chuck Ames <[email protected]> Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.software-eng Subject: RESULT: comp.software.testing passes 318:9 Followup-To: news.groups Date: 4 Jun 1993 14:12:09 -0400 Organization: Jet Propulsion Laboratory Lines: 346 Sender: [email protected] Approved: [email protected] Message-ID: <[email protected]> NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:3660 news.groups:73388 comp.software-eng:14904  Vote Result: comp.software.testing ----------------------------------  	318 YES	 	  9 NO	 	  1 ABSTAIN	 	----------- 	328 Total  Roughly 97% of all votes received were YES votes and there 309 more YES  votes than NO votes.   All votes received during the voting period are listed below:   ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): NO  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): NO  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES  ([email protected]): YES Abhay Patil ([email protected]): YES Adrian Wontroba ([email protected]): YES Alan Williams ([email protected]): YES Alan Bleier ([email protected]): YES Alan R. Weiss ([email protected]): YES Alice Taylor ([email protected]): YES Allon Stern ([email protected]): YES amby ([email protected]): YES Andrew Klein ([email protected]): YES Antonia Bertolino ([email protected]): YES Arnaldo Mandel ([email protected]): YES Arthur A. Reyes ([email protected]): YES Arthur Hicken ([email protected]): YES Arthur Sprecher ([email protected]): YES B.e.Ayeb ([email protected]): YES B.J. ([email protected]): YES Barry Kaplan ([email protected]): YES Belinda Juran ([email protected]): YES Bengt-Erik Nygren ([email protected]): YES Bernard Hatt ([email protected]): YES bill daniels ([email protected]): YES Bill Wake ([email protected]): YES Bob Christ ([email protected]): YES Bob Horgan ([email protected]): YES Bob McIlree ([email protected]): YES Bob Patten ([email protected]): YES Bob Stratton ([email protected]): YES Bob Treitman ([email protected]): YES BONG ([email protected]): YES Brad Davidson ([email protected]): YES Brady Schutt ([email protected]): YES Brent LaVelle ([email protected]): YES Bret Pettichord ([email protected]): YES Bruce Tindall ([email protected]): YES Carla Oexmann ([email protected]): YES Charlie Trainor ([email protected]): YES Chin-Peng Choo ([email protected]): YES Chip Rosenthal ([email protected]): NO Chris Turner ([email protected]): YES Christian Fleischer ([email protected]): YES Christine Hickman ([email protected]): YES Chuck Brunson ([email protected]): YES Chuck Karish ([email protected]): YES Chuck Markee ([email protected]): YES cindy woolworth x3380 ([email protected]): YES Claude Huss ([email protected]): YES Colin Jitlal ([email protected]): YES D. Brian Kimmel ([email protected]): YES dack ([email protected]): YES Dan Veditz ([email protected]): YES Dave Barker ([email protected]): YES Dave Bulatek ([email protected]): YES Dave Cline ([email protected]): YES Dave Flewitt ([email protected]): YES Dave L Isenberg ([email protected]): YES Dave Saunders ([email protected]): YES David B Rodman ([email protected]): YES David Boyd ([email protected]): YES David Bruno ([email protected]): YES David C Hermsen ([email protected]): YES David Cordes ([email protected]): YES David Hatley ([email protected]): YES David Klemp ([email protected]): YES David Zeitler ([email protected]): YES Debi Humphries ([email protected]): YES Dennis J. Wilkinson ([email protected]): YES Dennis Wodarz ([email protected]): YES Dick Hamlet ([email protected]): YES Dom Paniscotti ([email protected]): YES Don Johnson ([email protected]): YES Don Miller ([email protected]): YES Doug Thiele ([email protected]): YES DX504 Andrij Neczwid ([email protected]): YES Ed Childs ([email protected]): YES Ed McGuire ([email protected]): YES Ed Sarlls ([email protected]): YES Ellen Glusman ([email protected]): YES Eric J. Olson ([email protected]): NO Eric Raisters ([email protected]): YES Erkki P|yh|nen ([email protected]): YES Facts are our Friends..... ([email protected]): YES Francisco Monteiro ([email protected]): YES Franco Mazzanti ([email protected]): YES Franz Hofer ([email protected]): YES Franz Knauseder (@hp4at.eunet.co.at:kna%[email protected]): YES Fred Campos ([email protected]): YES Fred Mikkelsen ([email protected]): YES Gail Murphy ([email protected]): YES Garrett Colson ([email protected]): NO Gary Whiting ([email protected]): YES GAZ RANDALL LOUIS ([email protected]): YES Geoff Burd ([email protected]): YES George Joseph ([email protected]): YES George S Kardaras ([email protected]): YES George Salonikidis ([email protected]): YES Greg A. Woods (woods%[email protected]): YES Gregory C Franklin  ([email protected]): YES Gregory G. 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