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Re: [tools-pmc] Draft of docuware for Object Teams combined review

It seems like a great writeup to me. The only thing unclear was a bit on your versioning. You might add a page/paragraph titled "Versioning: History and Plans" just to clarify, to those casually reading (like I was). Here's what I found confusing:

You had a 0.7 release, while still incubating, right?
But you are now jumping to "2.0"? (I'm sure you have reasons for skipping "1.0", but you should explain/justify that explicitly).
In some of your charts, such as for bug rates, you refer to "0.8" such as for M7, recently in 2011 ... so ... have you switched to "2.0", or not? Hopefully you already have, as you built final milestones and RCs .. or, harder for adopters to adjust to last minute, major version changes.
As you explain, be sure to explain both feature and bundle versions, and what "rules" you are following (e.g. maybe for now, just initially, you are keeping them all in synch?)
And, to be explicit, you might confirm "that from now on" you'll following the stricter versioning rules as codified in

Apologies in advance if any of this is obvious or "in there" in the document somewhere and I just missed it. But otherwise hope you find the comments helpful.

Thanks so much for providing early and allowing a chance for feedback. Overall, a very good release document.

From:        Stephan Herrmann <stephan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To:        tools-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date:        05/17/2011 03:25 PM
Subject:        Re: [tools-pmc] Draft of docuware for Object Teams combined review
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Hi again,

On Tuesday, May 10, 2011 05:39:10 PM Stephan Herrmann wrote:
> I've prepared a draft of the docuware and uploaded it to

Meanwhile, Wayne had a first look at these slides and he seemed content.

Did you find anything needing re-work, or is it about ready to be sent as
the final version to EMO/Wayne?

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