I would definitely find a lot of advantage in a "problem reporting/issue tracking" (bug reporting) system. I get the sense that most of us manage these things "by hand". In many cases, I see TC's keeping "issues" documents in the document repository, which seems suboptimal since the current issue list is only published when the issues list maintainer decides to upload the file.
XRI TC Co-chair
From: Jeff Kenton [mailto:jken...@datapower.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2003 8:29 AM
Subject: [chairs] A question for the Chairs
My Committee, the XSLT / XPath Conformance TC, has produced a
conformance test suite comprising several thousand test
cases. From time to time we get questions or comments
regarding these tests. We keep track of these and attempt to
resolve the issues raised, in much the same way that a
software development group keeps track of bugs.
My question: do other committees have a need to track
issues, and do you believe it would be useful for OASIS to
provide a central / standard way to deal with these?