24695No Best practice was: Re: Sprint whiteboard and issue tracking tools?
- Oct 22, 2007(responding to George, Austin)
>> (Austin)It is best (Oops! good) never to use the term "best practice".
>> Bug tracking systems *are* a best practice.
> No practice is "best" for all contexts. I agree with Michael
> that attacking the need for a bug tracking system is a
> powerful approach. If bug tracking is a "best practice,"
> then bug elimination is a "better than best practice" in
> my experience...
That is a political or religious term; it says "You don't need
to think about this". Its use belongs in places where people
can't, won't or shouldn't think about how they do their work.
One should always ask oneself; of those three, which applies
in this situation?
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