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Sounds good, however the place I works 'Agile(ish)' which means the project gets given to whoever can do it, they start, get shifted on to other things, task gets hardware, hardware needs correcting, there are lots of 'hurry up' you are a bottle neck. Eventually something goes out.
We started to go the two doc route, stopped it went back to one monolithic document that can cure insomnia, try to integrate tests to a Jira system, fail, go back to monolith that takes a small forest to print (because you must record results on paper). So in short go for two!
We used to call them as Test Plan, and Test Cases Doc.
Test Plan is what you call as Test Spec. Test Cases Doc is where the test steps for each test case are listed, along with Traceability to Requirements, and additionally it has a column Pass / Fail / Marginal. Sometimes the Test Report, the actual pass/fail/marginal report for each test is a separate Excel sheet.
There's no point in trying to have an intelligent or intellectual discussion with fatboy/munchies matt.
If you heard a whooshing noise, it was the meaning of what you said flying over his head -- but don't worry: he'll google for a wikipedia page on the subject, and instantly become the world's greatest expert on it.
Thankfully, he's the only troll that has made CP his home.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
He was born in Crete, and is father of one of the first world-known logical paradoxes, when he claimed that "Everything said by a man from Crete is a lie!" But since he was a Cretan himself, his statement was a lie: It is NOT true that everything said by a Cretan is a lie, some of their statements are true. But if some statements made by Cretans are true, then his statement is a lie, making it true that he lied ... or whichever way you want to turn it. Paradoxes are that way.
The word play on "lie" is of course not from old Greece, and probably cannot be translated to any other language.