Requirement Elicitation for Open Source Software By using SCRUM and Feature Driven Development

Abstract views: 30 / PDF downloads: 62

Authors

  • Umber ISMAIL
  • Salman QADRI
  • Muhammad FAHAD

Abstract

During previous years, some movements have been widely discussed in the software development community: Agile and open source
development. Both have faced some of the same criticism, and both claim some of the same benefits. This study discusses the question,
whether open source software development is in accordance with agile software development principles and therefore well within the
planning spectrum? A comparative study is discussed about small scale open source projects by implementing Scrum and Feature Driven
Development (FDD).Scrum is useful when requirements were not only incomplete at the start, but also could change rapidly during
development phase. Scrum is concerned with functionality, but when we see that there is a functionality collapse; an alternative way is
adopted, which is FDD which work upon domain base. In this study we compare that for Open Source Software (OSS), which methodology
is good (SCRUM or FDD) for requirement gathering of OSS projects. We will also compare and conclude that which of the two
methodologies (SCRUM or FDD) is good for requirements gathering of OSS projects.

Downloads

Published

2019-06-06

How to Cite

ISMAIL, U., QADRI, S., & FAHAD, M. (2019). Requirement Elicitation for Open Source Software By using SCRUM and Feature Driven Development. International Journal of Natural and Engineering Sciences, 9(1), 38–43. Retrieved from https://ijnes.org/index.php/ijnes/article/view/222

Issue

Section

Articles

Most read articles by the same author(s)