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Re: Features, releases and team work

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-03-29 01:34:51 CEST

"Mark Phippard" <markphip@gmail.com> writes:
> No one has replied to my suggestion, and I think it strikes a
> compromise. We still have a roadmap, we try to stick to the roadmap,
> but we take timeline into consideration when planning the roadmap.
> Whether that is one release every 6-8 months or 10-12 months is just a
> detail. I think that an approach like this can satisfy both camps and
> also lead to less conflict. If there is no basic roadmap then it
> seems inevitable that there are going to be disagreements about
> whether we have enough to do a release. If we have a roadmap that
> defines the goals for the release, then we can always say, feature X
> is taking longer than we thought, lets push that to the next release
> and do a release now.

Okay, so in this plan it would be okay to sometimes release without a
major, release-defining feature? (I've no problem with that, I just
want to make sure I understand correctly.)

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