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comment Best Practices to End a Software Project
@George: This doesn't seem to be a particularly good candidate for a community wiki. As for compiling answers into one, when I've done that in the past, it's usually been with simpler answers, such as a brief list of options or links to references. I'm not sure, for example, how to compact Merlyn's long but interesting answer down without doing it a disservice. In short, this is a matter of practicality, not theory.
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comment Best Practices to End a Software Project
@George: It's not unreasonable for the OP to cherry-pick and summarize the answers that they like.
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comment Best Practices to End a Software Project
The question is relevant to in-house development, too, but there it's harder to actually charge for changes. The closest we can come to that is getting an agreement that the deadline must be pushed back to make time for these changes.