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Scenarios are an easy, implementation-independent way to test interoperability. By using this approach, you also avoid issues that may arise when uploading real life documents (IPR, accidentally disclosing sensitive information).
The scenario should mention a name for the document, simply add an underscore as a separator and a suffix containing of the short name (listed in the implementations) followed by the version
If you want to add the platform, simply add a hyphen as a separator and suffix it with one of the following names:
Each scenario has a “tracker” section, where you can report issues. Issues can, but don't have to, be grouped per implementation.
The most recent scenarios also provide a “files” section where you can upload the resulting ODF file from your implementation. Optionally, a PDF rendering can be added for viewing convenience (Note that this ODF-to-PDF conversion may introduce new issues, so use it with caution)
It is considered good practice to report the issues being found to the implementer/vendor(s), preferably by using the publicly available bug track tool for that implementation (if available, check the implementation pages on this wiki to find out if an implementation provides such a facility)
If possible, please also add a link from the scenario wiki page to the relevant bug ticket(s). You can do this easily by adding a link in the “comment” column of the Tracker.
On a related note, it also comes in handy to have an overview of all the scenarios that have open issues for a particular implementation. This can easily be done within the wiki by adding an internal link from the open issue (in the Write and/or Read column of the tracker) to the implementation(s) wiki page.
Then, you can go to the page of your favorite and click on Issues/Backlinks to see a list of scenarios with open issues.
Underneath every scenario, there's a section where you can add a more lengthy analysis on the issues being found. This is also a good place to document/summarize mailing list discussions related to that scenario.