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Conformance classes #10

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evanp opened this Issue Jun 7, 2016 · 4 comments

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evanp commented Jun 7, 2016

Can we define conformance classes for implementers of PTD?

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tantek commented Jun 8, 2016

We should. I can think of a couple useful ones from existing implementation experience:

  • Type Discovery Function - consumes untyped posts from an untyped format or protocol, and outputs a simple string of the type output of the algorithm
  • AS2 Proxy - consumes untyped posts from an untyped format or protocol, and outputs valid AS2 JSON or other object structures

@tantek tantek changed the title from Conformance classes to [CR-blocker] Conformance classes Sep 22, 2016

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tantek commented Sep 23, 2016

The specification must use at least one MUST requirement (feedback from @BigBlueHat), e.g. in the algorithm.

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tantek commented Dec 5, 2017

No longer a CR-blocker (because PTD is Note-track), however, still useful. Keeping issue open accordingly.

@tantek tantek changed the title from [CR-blocker] Conformance classes to Conformance classes Dec 19, 2017

tantek added a commit that referenced this issue Dec 19, 2017

add Conformance classes per issue #10
added Type Discovery Function and AS2 Proxy conformance classes as suggested (no objections) in issue #10, normatively reference AS2 accordingly for the latter
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tantek commented Dec 19, 2017

Defined the above two mentioned conformance classes with this commit: f9c01df

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