[Tim deBoer said]
The other thing you'll want to mention is relevant standards and
specifications. I don't know if there are any standards or specs in the
requirements space, but you should mention them, and whether you are
following them or why not. Where possible, most Eclipse tools follow
external standards to ensure compatibility and acceptance of users.
[Harm Sluiman said]
Also, there are no "standards" for requirements and defects etc. which
are in the end the data artifacts you will pass so if you can also find
a way to embrace or influence some W3C. OMG or ISO group to start
defining a draft which you provide the reference impl for you will be
guaranteed a winner.
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