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Agile/Scrum- Tracking external dependency stories

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Agile/Scrum- Tracking external dependency stories

Say you have three projects. Two of these projects are end-user facing products (Project A and B). The third is an infrastructure project (Project I) where all the work will never be directly delivered to the end user. Instead the end-user facing projects will consume the infrastructure in order to be able to deliver there projects. All three projects are running under agile development and have their own, unique backlogs and reporting.

How does Project A reflect a story from Project I in its backlog?

I know this would be a dependency story, I'm just not sure the best way to reflec it.

  • Shows as a zero point story in project A's backlog.
  • Just listed as a dependency to whatever Project A end-user story relies on it
  • Some other way?