Talk:UC:IL:UseCases

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Prioritization and Communication of IL uses cases

I propose to edit the use cases sorted as validated priorities That is (to be discussed and approbed before publishing): (below a trial as chart, and further below the original text version enriched

Priority Description (EN) Description (DE) Description (FR) Status
1 Data prepration for interlocking Datenbereitstellung für Stellwerkssysteme Préparation des données signalisation ongoing
2 Interlocking engineering for signalling Stellwerkstechnik für Signalisierung Exemple tbc
3 Interlocking engineering Stellwerksprojektierung Invariants des système d’enclenchement tbc
4 Example Example Example Example
5 Example Example Example Example
6 Example Example Example Example
tbd Example Example Example Example
tbd Example Example Example Example
tbd Example Example Example Example
tbd Example Example Example Example

I propose to edit the use cases sorted as validated priorities

That is (to be discussed and approbed before publishing):

The following list provides links to the use cases related with interlocking:

--Alain Jeanmaire (talk) 12:57, 29 August 2016 (CEST)

I suggest to add a column with the reporter of the use case (EULYNX, Jernbaneverket, ...) and a column with the status of the use case (draft, discussed, consolidated, implemented, revised, ...). --Vasco Paul Kolmorgen (talk) 21:37, 29 August 2016 (CEST)
Agreed during the IL developers conference call that this table shall be extended with an abbreviation column and used from now for priorisation and status follow up. --Coordination (talk) 15:12, 6 September 2016 (CEST)
I am going to make this list. As to avoid misunderstandings, I would like to ask you for some clarifications.
  • Did I understand you properly, that this change relates to the list of use cases — or does it affect the use case articles themselves? (e.g.: should the abbreviation and the status be integrated into the individual use case articles?)
  • Which kind of prioritization will be implemented? I'll have to explain the criterion to the readers of the page ...
Thank you in advance for your answers.
I would appreciate your participation in the discussion on the documentation of railML®3, as the decisions made in this matter will affect all of us — see here (link to the railML® website).
Yours, Ferri Leberl (talk) 17:23, 8 September 2016 (CEST)