Any agile process needs a good workflow. For DDF, the Scrum style of development is used. This section will provide details and subtle information that is usually not covered in formal instruction.
Viewing software as a set of incremental feature releases describes the heart of the scrum workflow. It is the agile procedure of choice for DDF and sharing the precise details will benefit the contributing teams so issues can be properly prioritized between the driving force staff and the community.
The scrum workflow is divided into work periods called sprints that establish a set of features or functionality that the team is committed to finishing. Each sprint lasts four weeks, which is typical in most software scenarios, but sprints can be shorter or longer.