rmtoo-art-prio-lists - requirements management tool: priority lists.
The rmtoo requirment management tool is able to manage some output lists:
The table Selected for Sprint contains all these requirements which should be finished within the next (current) sprint. When a requirement has the class ’selected’ it will be listed here.
The selected requirements can be assigned to developers. All assigned requirements will appear in this table.
One list is the so called Backlog. A term which is usually used in SCRUM. The Backlog is the list of implementable requirements sorted by the importance: the most important are at the beginning.
The requirements elaboration list is mostly the same as the backlog but for the requirements writer(s). This list contains all the requirements which are not (yet) implementable, i.e. the requirements which reflect some idea which must be detailed.
Those two lists are more or less the ToDo lists for the developers (backlog) and the requirements writes (requirements elaboration list). They can (and should) start at the top of the list where the most important and necessary things are listed.
Both lists contain also the sum of all entries up to a certain point. Therefore it is very easy to get information like: it will take N effort points to finish work on all most important things (level 10 requirements).
The name must be set to prios. The following parameters must be available:
output_filename The parameter is the name of the file where the priority lists will be stored.
start_date The date when the project starts. The format must be YYYY-MM-DD. If this is not specified, yesterday is assumed.
rmtoo(7) - overview of rmtoo including all references to available documentation.
Written by Andreas Florath (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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