Re: "use-case based documentation"
Since we don't have use cases, design documents, or even what I'd call
proper user stories..."
Ye gods and devils, how the bleep do the developers work? Post-it notes on top of a whiteboard diagram? (I've actually seen that. The entire design guidance was a flow chart drawn on the wall, and whenever someone thought of some nuance, they'd either write something under a node or they'd stick written notes to the diagram. As you can probably guess, documentation was not a high priority with that bunch.)
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