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Re: Fw: [epf-dev] Ballot for voting on PM process element names and next PM call

I've noticed that there seems to be two voting camps: the dev lead/plan
campl and the project manager/plan camp.  I fall into the latter for a few
reasons:
1. I think OpenUP can be used for more than just software development. 
Why not following it for creating training material, or running a
landscape architecture effort (that's what my wife does, for example)? 
The terms project mgr/plan are a bit more generic and therefore more
applicable.
2. Project mgr/plan seems to be more widely used.  For example, the PMI
community is pretty specific about these terms (yes, hell may have frozen
over, I had something good to say about PMI).
3. Project mgr/plan are a bit more scalable as terms than dev lead/plan.

Anyway, sorry for the interruption.  Now back to our regularly scheduled
program.  ;-)

- Scott

On Thu, July 13, 2006 1:12 pm, Pascal Negros said:
> SORRY CHRIS
> I miss-checked the 2 first question which are different from the
> assumption I stated at the beginning of my mail!!
> I just resent it with the appropriate answers ...
> Could you please consider this vote rather than the former one??
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> Myvote below ... I have an assumption (based on the reading of the
> different thread) : we are talking Development Management rather than
> generally speaking Project Management (Development Mgt could be a part of
> a more global Project or a project by itself but dediciated to
> development). This assumption is confirmed by the current target usage of
> Eclipse: Development.
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> Here is the ballot for voting on PM process element names. I attempted to
> include the various names people have suggested for these things as
> choices. If there are any that I overlooked or if there are new ones that
> people would like to suggest, feel free to write them in under "Other". To
> cast your vote, reply to this email message, copy me
> (chris.armstrong@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx), and place an '"x" in one of the boxes
> that precede each choice to indicate your vote for each element. The
> voting closes at 12:00am Friday 7/14 which will allow us to tally the
> votes and report the results at the next PM conference call (scheduled for
> 8am PST Friday 7/14) and the epf-dev mail list.
> ============================================================
> Role #1: [ X ] Development lead, [ ] Project manager, [ ] Team lead, [ ]
> Technical lead, [ ] Other: _______________
> Work Product #1: [ X ] Development plan, [ ] Project plan, [ ] Release
> plan, [ ] Other: _______________
> Work Product #2: [ ] Development item list, [ ] Product backlog, [ ]
> Development backlog, [ X] Work item list, [ ] Release backlog, [ ]
> Cross-project backlog, [ ] System work item list, [ ] Project work item
> list, [ ] Other: _______________
> Work Product #3: [ X] Iteration plan, [ ] Other: _______________ :
> Iteration plan should be a combination of work plan, risk plan, resource
> plan, finacial plan, ..... I should also be placed in context of the
> global project plan (the one which contains the considered Development
> (sub-)project plus other (sub-) projects within the global endeavour of
> the engagement).
> Work Product #4: [ X] Task list, [ ] Sprint backlog, [ ] Work item list, [
> ] Team work item list, [ ] Iteration work item list, [ ] Other: The Task
> List should be organized in a breakdown structure, based on a product
> breakdown structure and the resource organization. Notice that there is a
> dependency between the WBS and the PBS but not a 1 to 1 correspondance;
> recommended representation of placing this inside of Work Product #3
> Work Product #5: [ X] Risk list, [ ] Other: _______________
> Work Product #6: [ X] Status assessment, [ ] Other: _______________
> Report #1: [ X] Development burndown, [ ] Release burndown, [ ] Project
> burndown, [ ] Other: _______________
> Report #2: [ X] Iteration burndown, [ ] Sprint burndown, [ ] Other:
> _______________
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