Een oproep voor vrijwilligers voor SNAP data!
About a year ago, volunteers from several companies, located in 10 countries worldwide and working in 10 different industries, participated in the SNAP Beta test and validated the correlation between SNAP size and work effort.
This work brought a supreme contribution to the success of SNAP. The interest in SNAP is constantly growing, more and more companies are interested in using SNAP and manufacturers of estimation tools are interested in incorporating SNAP into their tools.
The IFPUG NFSS Comittee invites you as IFPUG members and your development organizations to participate in the collection of SNAP data for the purpose of publishing Non-Functional size benchmarks. The collection of non-functional size data is critical to the process of standardizing SNAP as the leading non-functional sizing method.
De SNAP Team vraagt de betrokkenheid van een groot aantal organisaties, waaronder de uwe. This will allow us to produce an effective set of data. Deze belangrijke inspanning is een vrijwilligersverplichting. Each organization will be asked to send data from projects that were assessed using SNAP. De SNAP Team zal een formulier om uw inspanning te nemen bieden, resultaten en ervaringen.
We also ask your help in publishing case studies, describing how non-functional requirements were analyzed and sized. These Case studies will be published either as additional examples in the next APM releases, or as stand-alone documents, on the IFPUG on-line store. In beide gevallen, the author name will be published with the case study.
If you are interested in assisting us, kunt u reageren door 31 of December 2013 door het sturen van een e-mail naar het volgende e-mailadres [email protected].
Alle gegevens van de deelnemende organisaties zal worden gehouden in de strikt vertrouwelijk. IFPUG will eliminate any reference to individuals or organizations prior to passing data to benchmarking repositories and estimation tools’ database.
Kathy Lamoureaux, CFPS