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Re: Handling Change to Existing Functionality

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  • Kiel Hodges
    ... functionality ... change in the ... In a sense, every story except the first represents a change in the functionality. It doesn t matter if it s adding
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 3 9:14 PM
      --- In extremeprogramming@yahoogroups.com, "Nick Holt"
      <nick.holt@b...> wrote:
      > How are people handling changes, required by the business, to
      functionality
      > that has already been implemented?
      >
      > My initial instinct is that the customer should detail the
      change in the
      > form of a story card.
      >
      > Any advice?
      >
      > Cheers
      >
      > Nick

      In a sense, every story except the first represents a change in
      the functionality. It doesn't matter if it's "adding"
      functionality or "changing" functionality. It's a change to the
      overall functionality, so it's a story (or possibly several
      stories).

      Kiel Hodges
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