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Merge pull request #8 from bigsweater/patch-1

@bigsweater OMG this merge was so overdue.  Thank you for catching it!!
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brethauer committed Aug 11, 2017
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With many hypotheses to tackle now listed on your issue-tracking board, it’s time to prioritize again. Divide your content in three Trello columns:

1. One column where for incoming feature ideas. This column could be called __story candidates__ (using agile terminology) or __all hypotheses__ (lean startup terminology).
1. One column for incoming feature ideas. This column could be called __story candidates__ (using agile terminology) or __all hypotheses__ (lean startup terminology).
2. One column for features that we would like to see in an “ideal” future version of the product (think two or three releases ahead). This could be called the __product backlog__ or __hypotheses for entire product__.
3. One column for hypotheses to test that would comprise the first release, the minimum viable product (MVP). This could be called __release backlog__ or __hypotheses for MVP__. This should consist of the most essential hypotheses, that if pursued, would deliver value to the primary set of users.
3. One column for hypotheses to test that would comprise the first release, the minimum viable product (MVP). This could be called __release backlog__ or __hypotheses for MVP__. This should consist of the most essential hypotheses that, if pursued, would deliver value to the primary set of users.

<img src="{{site.baseurl}}/images/groom_release_backlog.png" alt="Prioritizing the stories into groups">

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bigsweater replied Aug 12, 2017

@brethauer No worries, glad to help. I was reading up on the 18F workflow; if I catch more minor errors, are more PRs like this welcome?

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brethauer replied Aug 16, 2017

@bigsweater absolutely- thank you!

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