Moderator leads a formal review process - Test processes
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Q. Who leads a formal review process?
- Published on 13 Aug 15
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-Posted on 05 Nov 15
leads a formal review process.
- Formal review is a well structured and regulated.
- It follows a formal process.
Formal review process steps :
- 1. Planning
- 2. Kick-off
- 3. Preparation
- 4. Review meeting
- 5. Rework
- 6. Follow-up
1. Planning : This is the first phase of the formal review. This phase is begins with a request for review by the author to the moderator. A moderator has take care of the scheduling like date, time, place and invitation of the review.
2. Kick-off : This is an optional step in a review procedure. The main goal of this step is to give short introduction on the objectives of the review and the documents to everyone in the meeting.
3. Preparation : In this phase, reviewers review the document individually using the related documents, procedures, rules and checklists provided.
4. Review meeting : The review meeting consists of three phases :
- 1. Logging phase : In this phase, the issues and the defects that have been identified during the preparation step are logged page by page.
- 2. Discussion phase : If any issue needs a discussion then the item is logged and handled in the discussion phase.
- 3. Decision phase : At the end of the meeting a decision on the document under review has to be made by the participants.
5. Rework : In this phase, if the number of defects found per page exceeds the certain level, then the document has to be reworked.
6. Follow-up : In this phase, a moderator check to make sure that the author has taken action on all known defects.
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