Re: Use Cases wiki pages

We agreed at the meeting that we should move the User Stories that we 
captured on the piratepad during the meeting to a wiki page so everybody 
could keep working on them, I took the action item to make that move and 
have now done so:

I don't know whether what you started should be folded into that, Ralph 
suggested at the meeting that we could not develop use cases if we have 
stories. I'd rather we minimize the number of different documents we have 
to manage. Eventually we will want to publish one Note with all our use 
cases and requirements so I think we might as well start that way.

I also suggest all comments be sent to the mailing list rather than using 
the Discussion tab of the wiki. Otherwise it becomes really difficult to 
keep track of everything.

Arnaud  Le Hors - Senior Technical Staff Member, Open Web Standards - IBM 
Software Group

Holger Knublauch <> wrote on 11/04/2014 03:05:39 AM:

> From: Holger Knublauch <>
> To:
> Date: 11/04/2014 03:08 AM
> Subject: Use Cases wiki pages
> I took the liberty to start a couple of wiki pages to capture Use Cases
> It currently only links to two stories, which are incomplete - I plan to 

> fill in more details tomorrow. I just thought I use this opportunity to 
> get the ball rolling.
> I suggest we create one page for each of the stories collected in the 
> pirate pad during the meeting, and others that seem relevant. Having a 
> separate page for each should provide enough room to thoroughly discuss 
> and annotate each story.
> I hope this makes sense... if it does, should there be a link to that 
> Use_Cases page from the main page?
> Holger

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