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Yup, I'll agree with that.. But there can be several levels of 'releases'.. For company stuff I would assume the 'small incremental releases' thing would mean 'upload/update into the central directory of stuff' (cvs, or whereever), so that any other product/dept that might need something fixed, can test/use/integrate it.

QA only (should get) gets it when its actually released for a customer, which they then test together with other actual product releases meant to be delivered to a customer.

At least, thats how the $company I work for does it. Eg the defect/feature/whatever is 'finished' from the developers point of view.

I'd say, you're both right.

C.


In reply to Re: Re: Small incremental releases are good! by castaway
in thread Small incremental releases are good! by adrianh

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