Re: What's in a name?

Subject: Re: What's in a name?
From: Tony Chung <tonyc -at- tonychung -dot- ca>
To: "salt -dot- morton -at- gmail -dot- com" <salt -dot- morton -at- gmail -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2012 11:46:21 -0700

Hmmm... Does B have a subset of the features of A, or is B a
completely different product that shares data with A?

Does the relationship have to be explicit?

Do you need a connector, or can both A and B share the same data set?

What is the mental model your users are used to?

I look at recording software as an example: Cubase has the full
version, an "elements" lite version, an a "project studio" version
that is like the lite version with additional hardware.

How does your company plan to sell the product? If it's the same
product, why release both?


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