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Last Post 11 Nov 2013 02:50 PM by Hugo Rivera. 2 Replies.
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Nihar Ranjan Mishra
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Nihar Ranjan Mishra

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05 Oct 2013 10:05 AM
    When is a Product Backlog item considered complete?

    When QA reports that it passes all acceptance criteria.
    The item has no work remaining that must still be done before it can be used by its end user.
    When all work in the Sprint Backlog that is related to it is complete.
    At the end of the Sprint.
    Ian Mitchell
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    Ian Mitchell

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    05 Oct 2013 11:02 AM
    - There is no QA role in Scrum
    - If no work remains for an item to be releasable & usable by an intended end user, then by definition it must be complete
    - Completing the work a team have planned into a Sprint Backlog is no guarantee that a corresponding PBI is complete
    - The end of a Sprint timebox is also no guarantee that a PBI has been completed
    Hugo Rivera
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    Hugo Rivera

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    11 Nov 2013 02:50 PM
    I think a PBI is complete when Product Owner determines it is complete. The PO should say it is complete according to the definition of done they have agreed for each PBI at Backlog Refinement meeting.
    This usually happes at Sprint Review meeting, where PO reviews PBIs complete and not complete.
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