On Jun 15, 2011, at 12:22 PM, William Wagner wrote:
> In short, I suggest:
> 1. Our terminology be not inconsistent with typical design terminology
> 2. We define our approach and terminology in the “Best Practices” document
> 3. We be consistent in terminology and level within the “Best Practices” document and among the various projects (It would be very confusing to have a Use Case in one document become a Scenario in another.)
> 4. We not lose the “story” aspect and the sequence of what the user does and what the “system” must do… Joe is on vacation at Yellowstone and needs to print out the map to a lost gold mine in Wyoming that his friend in New York City just found. Perhaps the story is farfetched, but it includes many aspects of the general problem that must be considered.
I agree on all points.
Michael Sweet, Senior Printing System Engineer, PWG Chair
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