Thread Subject: Re: Example Scenarios
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From: Gregg Vanderheiden
Date: Mon, Nov 27 2006 11:05 PM
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An excellent idea. Can you start us off with one? Are the two below
examples or the start of examples? How much detail do you think they
Gregg C Vanderheiden Ph.D.
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Subject: [teitac-general] Example Scenarios
Rob mentioned an example scenario about a 'tablet product' that was
'applied' by an agency (or its system integrator) which prevented the ports
from being used, which prevent it from being "accessible" by certain
I think we should create a list of example scenarios, i.e., add them to our
Wiki, so that we can use them as "test cases" for what we recommend to the
Each scenario should identify any of the 'Themes' that it relates to.
Each scenario could identify a single or a set of detail issues that need to
Another scenario which occurs regularly in the "software world" are bundled
and unbundled 'software products'. 1. Software manufactures today can
bundle (internally) software from other vendors and internal divisions and
create a 'single product' that an agency can purchase. The scenario is how
the manufacturer applies the applicable provisions to that new product. 2.
Another scenario is how the system integrator (or agency purchaser) applies
the provisions to a 'bundled set' of products that comply only when
Phill Jenkins, IBM