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The baseline file structure was created in April 2011 after BKCASE Workshop VI.
The article structure can be found at SEBoK Table of Contents.
Configuration Management Process
The CM form (below) is to be used if you would like to request that a change be made to the article structure of the SEBoK wiki (www.bkcasewiki.org). This may entail additions, deletions, or renaming of an article.
The configuration management process is:
- Agreement of need for change by your part team lead.
- Completion of the CM Form (Click here to download).
- Submission of the form to email@example.com. (Please save form with your initials before submitting.)
- Submissions will be forwarded to the CM Board. The CM Board has 48 hours to suggest alternatives or veto the decision; otherwise, after 48 hours, the submission will be approved.
There is one exception to this process: if the request is simply to correct a typographical error, such as a misspelling, in an article title, the CM Board will not need to approve the change. However, the rest of the process must be followed.
When changes are approved, they will be made within 24 hours by the wiki team. The author team will be notified of the changes when they are complete.
The CM form must be completed in order for changes to be made. The form is based in MS Word and should be filled out completely before submission. Please save the form with your initials in the file name before submitting.
The form can be downloaded here.
CM Requests Received
As change requests are received, they will be documented here.
|Requestor||Request Summary||Adjudication||Changes Made|
|Example: Nicole Hutchison||Example: Add a Help Page for Configuration Management||Example: Approved||Example: 5/3/11|
|Nicole Hutchison||Error Correction: Remove page "Systems Architecting versus Design"||Approved||5/6/11|
|Nicole Hutchison||Error Correction: Change Transportability from "Subtopic" to "Topic"||Approved||5/19/11|
|Rick Adcock||Change "System Principles" to "System Concepts"||Approved||5/23/11|
|Rick Adcock||Delete Outline of "System Concepts" and replace with
|Scott Jackson||Delete Outline of "Systems Approach" and replace with:
|Nicole Hutchison||Delete all Part 1 articles (except the Part 1 Part level article and replace with:
|Alice Squires||Change the Part 4 Structure to:
|Alice Squires||Add topic "Culture" under Part 4, Business and Enterprise Knowledge Area||Approved||5/27/11|
|Sandy Friendenthal||Corrective Change of Topic Name: "Why model?" to "Why Model".||Approved||6/6/11|
|Sandy Friendenthal||Change Topic "Representing Systems with a System Model" to "System Modeling Concepts"||Approved||6/6/11|
|Heidi Davidz||Change Part 5 outline of Case Studies and Vignettes to:
|Alain Faisandier||Request to change structure of System Definition KA to:
||Declined - The approving part leader did not review or approve the proposed changes and desires more time to do so to ensure consistency with the rest of Part 3. The request suggests major realignment in the KA and it is the part leader's suggestion that the the Part leadership discuss the changes at the next leadership meeting.This change is declined at present. 6/6/11||N/A|
|Heidi Davidz||Change the Structure of "Enabling the Organization to Perform Systems Engineering" KA to:
|Rick Adcock||Update the outline of the Systems Engineering Challenges KA to:
|Nicole Hutchison||Restructuring resulting from Workshop VII. Please see Updated Wiki Outline.||Approved (agreement at workshop)||6/18/11|
|Nicole Hutchison||Corrective changes for Part 6
|Alain Faisandier||Add: "Fundamentals of System Definition"||Approved
Special note: Three CM board members noted that it is preferred the KA Systems Definition be the only KA with its own Fundamental topic. It was agreed upon at the workshop that all other KAs will include fundamentals content in their respective introductory article.
|Alain Faisandier||Modify: "Stakeholders Requirements" now "Mission Analysis and Stakeholders Requirements"||Approved||7/6/11|
|Bud Lawson||Modify: List of topics for Service Systems Engineering||Approved||7/15/11|
||rescinded - please see resubmission below|
|Dick Fairley||Update the outline of Part 6 to remove placeholders, replacing them with official article titles. Also, adjust the structure of specialty disciplines. Specifically, the outline should be:
||Modified - The first topic under the second KA will be "Systems Engineering and Project Management: Similarities and Differences" for consistency.||7/17/11|
|Nicole Hutchison||Corrective: Add "Enterprise Systems Engineering Background" under "Enterprise Systems Engineering" KA||approved||7/18/11|
|Heidi Davidz||Change the Korean Light Rail Case Study to a Vignette||Post-Lock Approval from the Co-PIs||7/21/11|
|Heidi Davidz||Delete the Space Shuttle Case Study - not enough materials available||Post-Lock Approval from the Co-PIs||8/3/11|
|Dave Olwell||Delete placeholder articles under "product systems engineering".||Post-Lock Approval from the Co-PIs||8/12/11|
|Heidi Davidz||Delete International Space Station Case Study||Posted-Lock Approval from the Co-PIs||8/15/11|
|Tim Ferris||Add new Part 5 article SE Education in v1.1.||Approved by EIC and Co-EIC||3/8/13|
|Administrator||Update title to Systems Engineering Education from SE Education.||Approved||3/9/13|