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The web-platform-tests Project is a W3C-coordinated attempt to build a cross-browser testsuite for the Web-platform stack. Writing tests in a way that allows them to be run in all browsers gives browser projects confidence that they are shipping software that is compatible with other implementations, and that later implementations will be compatible with their implementations. This in turn gives Web authors/developers confidence that they can actually rely on the Web platform to deliver on the promise of working across browsers and devices without needing extra layers of abstraction to paper over the gaps left by specification editors and implementors. Clone or otherwise get https://github.com/web-platform-tests/wpt.
GitHub repositories are linked from each specification. There is a separate list of repos of this WG. All repositories for spec development share the same set of labels; inspired by the labels organized for W3C specification.
GitHub repositories are linked from each specification. Use the standard fork, branch, and pull request workflow to propose changes to the specification. Please make branch names informative—by including the issue or bug number for example.
Echidna is the central piece of software taking care of the new publication workflow at W3C. The plan is for Echidna and related sub-projects (see below) to automate the publication of new specs under http://www.w3.org/TR/. If you are a spec editor, you do not need to install Echidna, nor to run it locally.
Each commit here will sync it to the master, which will expose the content to http://w3c.github.io/wot-thing-description/. To make contributions, please provide pull-requests to the html file, see github help.