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I was asking about scoping a system to figure out how
much functionality the system has. What Mellissa was
referring in scoping a document is the process of
specifiy what broad catagories of info the doc must
contain (subject, purpose, audience, needs analysis,
--- Peter Sturgeon <prsturgeon -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> If your original subject line is scoping a
> documentation project, why are comments about
> scoping documentation
> "Valid but different topic."
> Just curious
> Peter Sturgeon
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