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D-AC005 CSFs

From: Champion, Mike <Mike.Champion@SoftwareAG-USA.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 10:32:50 -0600
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I had an unfufilled action item to champion the resolution of these:


applies the principle of simplicity and is defined such that it does not
impose high barriers to entry for its intended audience

The reference architecture should be easily understandable by the target
audience. At this stage all this goal requirements are imperative. "

The straw poll was 13/1/1/0  I think I was the "D" vote.    The other
comment was to the effect that "target audience" is not defined.  Let's
accept it as worded and move on.

"D-AC005.1 it avoids specialized jargon not familiar to ordinary software

"D-AC005.14 the architecture can be implemented without large amounts of

D-AC005.15 it allows simple invocations as well as elaborations with more
functionality when building Web Services or applications that employ web

I [not wearing the Chair hat of course] suggest removing them.  We've
covered the Simplicity goal adequately in the other CSFs.  
Received on Thursday, 25 July 2002 12:33:46 UTC

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