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Re: CVE-2017-14482 - Red Hat Customer Portal

From: Emanuel Berg
Subject: Re: CVE-2017-14482 - Red Hat Customer Portal
Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2017 21:45:26 +0200
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Óscar Fuentes wrote:

> Here the context is not having requirements
> on a useful way for developing the software.
> Interactive development is about
> communicating with the client for extracting
> a minimally specified set of requirements,
> analyze them, implement them (sometimes
> partially) and use that implementation as
> a basis for communicating with the client
> again. Rinse, repeat. Eventually the client
> is happy with the result.

Isn't that rather "iterative" or "ping-pong

> This is not an approach you can apply to
> every type of project (not really good for
> avionics :-)

Why not? A simulator! We have a pilot on this
list. I think he can confirm a lot of the human
training is done with simulators. So why can't
they be used to test/sharpen new software as
well? Even in combination with the human part?

> provided that you have the necessary
> communication skills and tools for
> rapid development.

Well, you want that anyway. The tools, I
mean :)

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