Planguage is a data notation created in 2001.
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Planguage is a keyword-driven language whose name is derived from a contraction of the words planning and language1. Planguage can be used in requirements specifications, design documents, plans, and other places where qualitative statements are common. Its primary benefits are quantifying the qualitative and improving communication about complex ideas
PLAN [01-Sep 2012]: Full product release GIST : Develop XYZ product ready for product release STAKEHOLDER [planning, final signoff]: Product Quality Manager AUTHORITY [final signoff]: Marketing Manager METER [Product]: Signed off acceptance by <those with final signoff> MUST [01-Sep 2012]: Partial product release WISH [01-Aug 2012]: Full product release