Re: Living documents?
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Bingo -- thanks for proving my point. To be a "living document," must it constantly change, or does it merely need to get used a lot? Not every company would agree on this.
I think to define a document as "living", it must satisfy three
- It is changed regularly. A document that changes once in a
long-while, like every couple of years, doesn't meet the criteria.
- It has to be accessed regulrly and because of this access, it is
- It has to be on a subject that evolves. like an active product.
Because of this product's evolution, the document is accessed
regularly, and because of this regular access, the document changes
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