Dealing with creeping featurism in customer requests

Marian Petrides mpetrides at earthlink.net
Wed Aug 4 09:44:25 CDT 2004


 >>>When I was a builder I made the customer pay in advance for all 
feature improvements beyond the original contract. That tends to put 
the burden of hell back on the customer.

Not a bad idea, Mark.

M
On Aug 4, 2004, at 10:39 AM, Mark Brownell wrote:

>
> On Wednesday, August 4, 2004, at 07:08 AM, Andre Garzia wrote:
>
>> but that's just my theory, I don't know why I typed this, I just 
>> awoke, took a bath and checked email... I'll begin to make more sense 
>> after tea.
>
> 6) "This must be Andre's code before tea." <--- :-)
>
> I like send in time too. I used to be a building contractor so when 
> thinking about the original premise of the topic for this thread I 
> thought that send in time might be improved by adding by adding a 
> secondary option with  "all the new features." When I was a builder I 
> made the customer pay in advance for all feature improvements beyond 
> the original contract. That tends to put the burden of hell back on 
> the customer.
>
> Mark
>
>
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