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accepted In Git, is the use of a 'PRODUCTION' branch necessary and/or would it be feasible to have more than one of them?
Apr
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revised In Git, is the use of a 'PRODUCTION' branch necessary and/or would it be feasible to have more than one of them?
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Apr
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comment In Git, is the use of a 'PRODUCTION' branch necessary and/or would it be feasible to have more than one of them?
It does help, thank you. We follow the git-flow (kinda) but we use our features branch(es) as the developer branch(es). It could work to have one MASTER, one PRODUCTION but 1toMany feature branches and a release branch for each of the three teams. PS: The question is more about general opinion/experience/suggestion rather than a hard setup spec, which is why it doesn't have much technical detail.
Apr
9
answered Pulling changes from master to my work branch?
Apr
9
answered Good practice to seperate Git Repo from published Repo?
Apr
9
asked In Git, is the use of a 'PRODUCTION' branch necessary and/or would it be feasible to have more than one of them?
Aug
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accepted What should a proper Ready for Sprint definition contain?
Jul
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comment What should a proper Ready for Sprint definition contain?
Thank you for the answer. I think you are describing the actual building of a story? Our product owners do work on the stories but we would like to add more .... 'quality' through applying a definition of ready. I have amended my question with some motivation for the question.
Jul
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revised What should a proper Ready for Sprint definition contain?
Added additional explanation/motivation for original question; after feedback through comments and answers.
Jul
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awarded  Tag Editor
Jul
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revised sprint wiki description
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revised sprint wiki excerpt
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Jul
23
comment What should a proper Ready for Sprint definition contain?
We are trying to add additional value to stories through getting them "ready for Sprint" so that the PO can see it and understand the value of what they could/should be doing. :)
Jul
23
comment What should a proper Ready for Sprint definition contain?
I fully agree with you on what the PO should be about. :) Unfortunately we are in the process of teaching the company about Scrum&Agile (as is always done it seems) and so we have been "given" those who are best suited to play the role. As developers, we are trying to add more value from our side to help "guide" them to becoming what they should actually be.
Jul
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wiki created sprint description
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wiki created sprint excerpt
Jul
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suggested suggested edit on sprint tag wiki
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suggested suggested edit on sprint tag wiki excerpt
Jul
23
asked What should a proper Ready for Sprint definition contain?
Jul
23
comment Confused about modifying the sprint backlog during a sprint
To add on to what Loki answered; you should be in discussion with your Product Owner about any changes to the Sprint backlog, because the team made a commitment to the PO for work to deliver. And if a story was understood incorrectly then the story can be amended to better describe the problem and business value and even be re-sized if enough changed. But always discussing it with the Product owner.