1. The AFE to MBU prototype/corridor process is not always followed, particularly when customer demands require tighter interactions.
2. There is a blurry line between MBU corridor and MBU prototype work items.
3. Joe proposes adding labels to all work items to distinguish between Prototype and Features, allowing for better scheduling by the PDT.
The article provides an overview of the current process for the AFE to MBU prototype/corridor, as well as a proposed solution from Joe to add labels to all work items in order to distinguish between Prototype and Features. While this proposal may be beneficial in terms of scheduling by the PDT, it does not address any potential biases or one-sided reporting that may be present in the article. Additionally, there is no evidence provided for any of the claims made in the article, nor are any counterarguments explored or risks noted. As such, it is difficult to assess the trustworthiness and reliability of this article without further information on these points.