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There has been a lot of discussion around this question as well as continuing discovery on the specifics of the situation.

I've tried to capture the essence of the underlying question in a new title that will also solicit wider feedback from the community. However, the OP is not happy with the new title.

What do you think the title should be?

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    As an aside, you and Tiago deserve kudos for working with the user to figure out exactly what he needed. :) – Aarthi Mar 26 '13 at 17:13
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The Title Isn't the Issue

The title edits you made seem fine to me, but I also don't really have a problem with the changes or rollbacks made by the OP. The real problem with the question isn't the title, but the fact that the question is really an X/Y problem that probably belongs on Workplace SE instead.

As currently written, the question (and the title) are on-topic here. However, the point of view for the question is wrong since the OP is not a project manager and not responsible for the process in question. I address these issues in my answer.

Action Items

None. It's marginally on-topic, and has attracted some good answers. Refactoring the question title to address the underlying X/Y issue would probably make the question off-topic, and I don't think it should currently be closed or migrated.

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    I believe you've just said, succinctly, everything I was going to say in response! – Aarthi Mar 26 '13 at 17:11

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