The following i think are the main points in your comment. All these are things that are in the hands of the eritrean regime, and by extension the eritrean opposition and the eritrean people.
How is this accurate then? When I update, I get these dates directly from the project manager. That way the information owned by them is provided by them and they know in advance of our meetings that they need to source the real actual dates, not assumption pretty close dates.
Actual dates should be actual, not pretty close. You also asked "why would you want to forecast new dates for soemthing already done". The schedule update process always puts it into a brief state of flux where it transitions from it's previous position to its current position.
Whether you hit F9 before or after you enter your actuals is irrelevant in this regard because either way you should not be circulating information from the schedule until this process is complete.
That's just doing a half job. So until the time when the update is deemed complete and issued to the wider project team, how can you label a mid point as forecasting new dates? I could say that when you enter some actual dates, you're forecasting the work you haven't yet reached incorrectly, but clearly you're just half way through the update process.
This is the same when you move the data date. What exists on either side of that line should reflect the truth. Whether you F9 before or after entering actual dates, this picture can easily be created.
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