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What does "works for me" mean for resolutions in RTC

jane zhou (106866) | asked Mar 21 '16, 5:30 a.m.
edited Mar 21 '16, 5:31 a.m.

When using Scrum process, there are 7 default resolutions: fixed, duplicate, fixed upstream, works for me, invalid and later.
Within these resolutions, it is not very clear to me what "works for me" means.

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Ralph Schoon (63.2k33646) | answered Mar 21 '16, 5:45 a.m.
I think the idea was that someone sees a defect and tries that defect in his version and finds it works for him, they could close the item with this resolution.

Please be aware that the templates are just that: templates or examples for specific processes. The assumption is that the users of the process rehearse and adjust the process to their usage model. So, if you don't have this scenario or disagree with the usage, remove the resolution or rename it to what makes sense in your context.
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