|Feedback OpenUP/Basic [message #29244]
||Fri, 09 February 2007 01:06
Originally posted by: user.domain.invalid|
First about the feedbacks, good you put that note because before I
wanted to give some but I didn't find the email.
Then a small mistake: Work items list example, row A11 comments, "versus
incomplete" instead of "versus incmplete".
> If you decided not to use OpenUP, please explain why.
> How successful were you in deploying OpenUP? What specific problems did you encounter (e.g. lack of training, couldn't understand a particular guideline, etc)? What parts of the process were easy to deploy?
> Are you using it as-is or are you modifying it?
I'm currently just developing during my free time outside of my studies.
I made some softwares like that and I'm ready to start working soon in
RUP is too complete to study but I still like UP more than other
development methodologies. OpenUP/Basic as a light version of UP and
OpenSource seems to fit well. I just started using OpenUP/Basic but the
published version is very nice. Quiet clear. The easiest part for me was
the Work items list. It's also the one that interested me more because
it's what I was looking for.
> If you're using EPF Composer, to what extent are you modifying OpenUP ( e.g. minor text changes, replacing templates, changing entire disciplines, etc)?
> What are the characteristics of your project (head count, timeframe, industry, greenfield or maintenance, successful delivery, etc)?
I just would have liked to include my coding guidelines inside first as
a try. More would be a waste of time for me right now.
Thank you very much for your work. OpenUP/Basic is great! I made a link
from my website article: [
http://www.beroux.com/english/articles/oop_uml_and_rup.php ]. Any time
frame for when the " Project planning, publishing and style sheets" will
Some softwares for OpenUP/Basic planning would be also very nice. May be
something like http://www.versionone.com/ or
http://www.targetprocess.com/ (doesn't have to be online).
PS: I tried sending this message by email but that newsgroup
subscription is really a pain. There should be some email form on the
website or other ways to send feedbacks easier.
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