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Are there any public data about how scrum guide is empirically updated?

Last post 10:15 pm October 27, 2022 by Eric Naiburg
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09:29 pm October 27, 2022

I would like to know better about how many people, products/projects or companies are involved in given feedback to the process of updating the scrum guide. Are there any public info about this process?

10:12 pm October 27, 2022

Ken and Jeff receive hundreds of emails and feedback on the Scrum Guide which helps them drive releases.  Additionally, they are working directly with clients which helps along with many other community members. A lot of reading on social media and LinkedIn and feedback comes in so many ways. So, there isn't specific data that is captured as so much feedback is via conversations, real work, reading what others are sharing, etc. and of course learning from using.

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