... I don t understand what you are getting at. Could you please elaborate? Thanks, IljaMessage 1 of 51 , Jun 1, 2006View Source
>> In my experience, trending is in fact be quite useful if you don't doI don't understand what you are getting at. Could you please elaborate?
>> it with mathematical precision, but let the team use all the
>> information available to extrapolate how the graph will probably
> I agree with most of what you're saying, and differ only in
> that drawing a trendline implies something *for* the team,
> rather than letting the team interpret the state of sprint
> for themselves.
I do not unless your team is planning on working weekends all the time, and lets hope not! :-) -Nick ... From: Ilja Preuss To:Message 51 of 51 , Jun 24, 2006View SourceI do not unless your team is planning on working weekends all the time, and lets hope not! :-)-Nick----- Original Message -----From: Ilja PreussSent: Friday, June 02, 2006 1:13 AMSubject: RE: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Do you count weekends in your burn down chart?> Ron,
> I hope your question is rhetorical because clearly I can't
> answer something in a yahoo group posting that you've not
> been able to achieve in 2 years of work.
I didn't see anything in Ron's post suggesting that he wasn't able to help
> I agree this is a problem and I see it often myself. I don't
> think dumping additional metrics on top of the sprint
> burndown is going to solve this problem though.
Well, yes - just dumping it on the sprint burndown is probably not the most
effective way to use a trendline; it's certainly nothing I would suggest to
Take care, Ilja
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