3400Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: SCRUM & Change / Defect Management
- May 3, 2004w6rabbit wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "J. B. Rainsberger"<snip />
> <jbrains@r...> wrote:
> This is exactly my point.I understand a bit better now. XPlanner expects you to track time spent
> I only want them to re-estimate how much
> time is remaining and not get caught up
> in "how much time did I spend on this."
> But that does not appear, to me, to be
> how XPlanner works.
rather than time remaining?
> For something that I took to be specificallyI would venture over to the extremeprogramming list and ask them about
> tailored for XP, that seemed very odd to me.
> I assume I'm misunderstanding something.
it. They have experience with XPlanner that I don't have.
>>>I can imagine requiring each to re-estimateHm. Is there any way to hack XPlanner in the meantime to get it to work
>>>the units left on a task, but it's hard to
>>>imagine getting them to track their time
>>>daily without a fight.
>>At the end of the day, they look at the two or three tasks they're
>>working on (this is an advanced practice, by the way -- one things
> at a
>>time is best) and estimate how much they have left to do, then
>>that information. You have to fight them to do this? It takes less
>>one minute per task.
> No. They are fine with this. It was
> XPlanner that I was confused on.
the way you (and I) would expect it to work?
(And people wonder why I stick with index cards and a wiki.)
J. B. Rainsberger,
Diaspar Software Services
http://www.diasparsoftware.com :: +1 416 791-8603
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