On Tue, 20 Jun 2017, Wheeler, David A wrote:
Some projects don't plan to make any changes; some plan to make modest changes; some plan to rewrite everything & the API is going out the window. It's helpful for users to know where the project intends to go. Not everything goes as planned, but at least the user has an inkling.Yes, thanks, that helps. It does however make me question the value of the criteria. It asks for a document to be present that lists things that a project might or might not do at some point.
- project A lists things in the roadmap for several years that haven't
- project B doesn't have a roadmap document but develop things
Project A is still considered having the (much) better practice? Why?