At 25.04.2006, Andy Rabagliati wrote:
On Mon, 24 Apr 2006, William Allen Simpson wrote:
The Major part isn't the actual coding,
it's reworking the old files for
any changes. But it's hard to attempt buy-in for the Major work until
the defining and formalizing has been done.
The fact that 90% seems to slide smoothly, and the other 90% is bumpy,
also seems to cry out for formalisation.
Once that is done, the 'other' 90% could perhaps be altered to make it
look more like 10%.
In other words, if it is formalised, we might have a good shot at
Isn't it the other way round? First you cut features, then you
formalize, and then you extend?
As said above, the first 80% are usually easy, and the last 20% will
cost you all your hair.