[trustable-software] t.opinion isn't t.feedback

Paul Sherwood (폴 쉐어우드) paul.sherwood at codethink.co.uk
Thu Nov 28 13:04:06 GMT 2019


On 2019-11-28 11:03, Paul Albertella wrote:
> 1) We retain t.opinion, but explicitly define it as a recorded
> statement from a human relating to a t.proposal, which is necessarily
> subjective.
> 
> 2) We add a new element called t.score, which represents recorded
> input to an evaluation process that can be mechanically processed.
> This may be human in origin (e.g. a record of a show of hands in a
> meeting, or an approval registered through a code review system), or
> it may come from a computer system (e.g. pass/fail logged by an
> automated process, based on the results of a test execution).
> 
> * A t.score MAY be supported or accompanied by a t.opinion.
> * A t.score MAY be supported by other recorded evidence (e.g. full test
>   results or a log file).

+1



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