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Three Feature Lists

A while ago, I remember reading an article on how to split your feature list into three feature lists based on the "required-ness" of those features.  The "A list" being "absolutely required" (it wouldn't be a potato masher without mashing), the "B list" being "nice to have" (autoamatic potato-detection and mashing), and the "C list" being basically chrome (plays the first bar of Dixie when mashin' a potato).

I intended to circulate this article to members of my team, but I can't seem to find it.  I thought Joel had written it, although I can't find it.  Any clue where I've read this?
Dan Hulton Send private email
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
 
 
Must Have, Should Have, Could Have?

This might have been Steve McConnell?
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Wednesday, May 10, 2006
 
 
Kyralessa Send private email
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
 
 
There's a similar discussion in Scott Berkun's "The Art Of Project Management: How To Make Things Happen", in one of the sample chapters that's out on the web.  Uses cars instead of potato mashers...

http://www.scottberkun.com/books/artofpm/
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Sunday, May 21, 2006
 
 

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