[Framework-Team] Re: PLIP lifecycle

Tom Lazar lists at tomster.org
Sun Dec 28 10:23:55 UTC 2008

On 27.12.2008, at 23:28, Alexander Limi wrote:

> On Sat, 27 Dec 2008 09:56:23 -0800, Ross Patterson  
> <me at rpatterson.net> wrote:
>> One way to keep these cross-checks lightweight might be to start  
>> with a
>> statement of impact.  There are code changes, for example, that  
>> have no
>> UI impact.  In such cases, it would be fast and more painless if a  
>> champion noted this.  Someone from the UI team could then corroborate
>> that the PLIP entails no UI impact and that would be the end of  
>> it.  If
>> there is an impact, then the PLIP champion would need to include  
>> full UI
>> consideration for the impact in the PLIP.  The UI team could then  
>> review
>> both the statement of impact for accuracy and the UI consideration  
>> for
>> sufficiency and completeness.  The same would largely be true for the
>> doc team with the exception that, IMO, all changes have a  
>> documentation
>> impact even if it's only for developers and so there should be no  
>> option
>> to declare no impact.
> This sounds like a good starting point. +1.


i particularly like the notion of using workflow states as 'reminders'  
to make sure aspects aren't missed.



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