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We strive to deliver a consistent, trusty solution for stable development. Our project is built on a structured change request system developed by the team. We impose this process to assure work is researched, reviewed, prioritized and documented with sufficient context and expectations.

So, how do we make decisions?

We use the following process. Each of the steps assumes a positive outcome from the stage before.

  1. Write a proposal.
  2. Review the proposal.
  3. Implement a prototype.
  4. Evaluate changes and implications through a functional review.
  5. Categorize change as a feature or architectural decision.
  6. Prior to any release, move accepted proposals into respective categories of documents - fdrs or adrs.

Hopefully after this work, all the changes are discussed and the impact is flushed out.


Documents based on the proposals template.

The document describes the context and a problem that a given change is to update. Proposals include at least one solution option and supplement a range of research resources.

ADRs - Architectural decision records

An Architectural Decision (AD) is a software design choice that addresses a functional or non-functional requirement that is architecturally significant. - Source.

Documents based on the adrs template.

The document targets change of an architectural nature.

FDRs - Feature decision records

Feature documents explain why features or parts of the applications not categorized as architecture were our focus. They give context on - Why? and How?

Last update: February 20, 2022
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