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Release BurnDown
Last Post 26 Jul 2014 12:13 PM by nikos batsios. 4 Replies.
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Abhijit Kundu
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Abhijit Kundu

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07 Jul 2014 07:43 PM
    Hi All
    Is Release Burndown Chart acceptable concept in Scrum? Burndown by definition should signify the amount of Work reamining..And generally we cannot have a Release planning covering all the Sprints . Sprint Planning takes place at the beginning of the Sprint only.So what is Release Burndown suppossed to contain or signify?

    Thanks
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    Ian Mitchell
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    Ian Mitchell

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    08 Jul 2014 12:20 AM
    It's an acceptable concept but it is no longer part of the framework. See:

    https://www.scrum.org/About/All-Articles/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/17/Gone-are-Release-Planning-and-the-Release-Burndown
    Abhijit Kundu
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    08 Jul 2014 12:35 AM
    Thanks Ian.. Got that...
    Mario Ivan Elizalde Ramirez
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    08 Jul 2014 03:18 PM
    So, if it is not part anymore, how should a question on the Assessment be treated? I mean, if it is part of the question itself?
    nikos batsios
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    nikos batsios

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    26 Jul 2014 12:13 PM
    you can refer to "scrum - a pocket guide" as well...
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