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Re: [epf-dev] Change management practice

I have no objections

Ana

On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 8:22 PM, Bruce Macisaac <bmacisaa@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I agree with Ana and Ken that in the longer term we may want to merge this practice with the iterative development one.
I discussed this with Chris Sibbald (the practice lead) and given that 1.5.0.1 is mainly a copyedit release, we agreed that we'd prefer to keep changes to a minimum,
as neither of us has the cycles to do the bigger change.

So for the short term, here's what I will do (I'll make the change tomorrow):

1. Rename to "Team Change Management", as most respondents preferred that name to just "change management".
2.Add a new bugzilla to propose merging this practice into the iterative dev practice, but schedule that for a later release.

I hope that's acceptable.

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Thinking better about it..I agree with Peter Haumer that Change Management is a discipline...not a practice ... as I see it, the practice in SCRUM is to " freeze requirements during an iteration"  ... but what do we want to be the practice in in EPF library regarding this subject? ... do we want to follow the "scrum way" ? or to support changing requirements during the iteration as in XP ??? .. we have so little content on this that I think that, for now, we should move current content in change management to ID practice

Ana

On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 12:02 PM, Ken Clyne <ken.clyne@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Sorry I too cannot make it (I will be on a plane).  Here's my $0.02 on the name though.  I've come to dislike the term Change Management (in the context of an agile team).  The term belongs with more definitive approaches depending on a detailed requirements specification up front.  On an agile project with deferred commitment and just-in-time detail, change requests go on the backlog/work item list just like everything else and are scheduled and implemented accordingly and therefore I don't believe a separate practice is called for in fact to do some may damage our "agile" credentials.


On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 6:16 PM, Chris Sibbald <Chris.Sibbald@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Folks,


Unfortunately I will not be able to attend the call tomorrow.


Cheers,
Chris


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Agenda:


1. Status of copyedit effort

2. Discuss rename of change management practice

3. Other?


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