This is excellent work. This adds to the feeling well governed product
development and provides a user with confidence and they can really see
where things are going.
The inclusion of bug processing is good as I had wondered how bugs were
prioritised and moved through design to resolution.
On 17/03/11 12:16, Christoph Noack wrote:
sorry for not answering until now ... but today I'm happy to do it :-)
Am Donnerstag, den 10.03.2011, 02:00 +0100 schrieb Michel RENON:
Le 04/03/11 23:58, Christoph Noack a écrit :
Any further thoughts on that topic? Speak up, please. This is your
I just took some time to add some proposals in this page.
(feel free to move text if necessary)
Very cool stuff, thank you! Personally, I'd love to comment some of your
thoughts (which means full agreement) ... but I better wait a bit longer
until more people joined to add their thoughts.
And to be honest, I didn't want to look at your text in detail until
being able to add my points - somehow helps me to stay focused. But now
it seems that we have a very similar understanding (but addressed some
unique items as well):
And, you've added cool pictures by the way. The first one (shower
faucet) was new to me - and is just amazing :-)
So guys, you have the following options, please:
* add some more thoughts, or ...
* ask for more clarification (if items are not that clear), or ...
* tell me that you think we're done (means: no more items
expected, but removing items possible in the next steps)
After that, we'll have a look at the items (valid or not, required or
not, ...) and on the structure/grouping. Please consider to spend some
time on it (even minutes will help), since this might be our groundwork
for the next months (or maybe years).
PS: Michel, your entry seems to be missing on the team page. After
reading your thoughts, it seems that you have to stay with us ;-)
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