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On this site you find answers to (currently 136) questions regarding arc42, organized in the following categories:
|General questions (13)||Cost, license, contributing|
|Questions on methodology (17)||Minimal amount of documentation, where-does-what-info-belong, notations, UML|
|Questions on arc42 sections (63)||How to treat the various arc42 sections, stakeholder, quality requirements, context, building blocks, runtime scenarios, deployment, concepts etc.|
|Questions on modelling (9)||UML and alternative notations, consistency, clarity, understandability, diagrams, interfaces, ports,|
|Questions on arc42 and agility (7)||Scrum, Kanban, definition-of-done, minimal, lean, economical documentation|
|Questions on tools (12)||Tools and their application, source code and documentation|
|Questions on versioning and variants (4)||Versioning documents, versions and variants of systems|
|Questions on traceability (3)||Tracing requirements to solution decisions and vice-versa|
|Questions on managing (documentation) (6)||Very large systems, standardization, governance, checklists, access-rights|
|Questions on customizing arc42 (2)||Tailoring and customizing, known adaptions of arc42|
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