Change Requests

Change Requests (CRs) for any part of the TTCN-3 Standards are managed by a TTCN-3 maintenance/evolution group which is part of ETSI's MTS technical committee (TC-MTS).

Rules

  • TTCN-3 CRs shall only be reported via ETSI's Testing - Online Report Tool (t-ort) 'TTCN-3 Change Requests' sub-projects.
  • Any CR shall include a FULL solution (example: original text + revision marks) in the attachment.
    If the solution is inadequate the reporter will be requested to provide one.
    If no solution is forthcoming the CR may be rejected.
  • The maintenance group may propose alternative solutions.
    These will be discussed publicly via t-ort with the reporter.
  • The TTCN-3 mailing list may be a forum for discussion of CRs and other technical comments but final resolution of all CRs will be the combined responsibility of maintenance group and TC-MTS.
  • Wherever possible CRs will be resolved by maintenance group, with the agreement of the reporter.
    Final arbitration rests with TC-MTS.

Instructions

Read and follow instructions specified in the clause 'Guidelines for Reporters' of this document.

Please make sure to select the relevant t-ort sub-project first before reporting issues!
Example: Report issues found in the Core language select first the subproject 'Part 1: TTCN-3 Core Language'.

Anyone can track the status of any CR on any part of the standard with the t-ort 'TTCN-3 Change Requests' project! Only thing required is to sign up to get an t-ort account.

Please note that standard maintenance work is not a full-time activity.
You will receive responses within a reasonable time-frame, but probably not immediately.

TTCN-3.ORG site change requests

Change Requests (CRs) for the ttcn-3.org web site itself are managed by the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . These CRs can be reported via ETSI's Testing - Online Report Tool (t-ort) 'TTCN-3.ORG WEB' sub-projects.

 


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