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Re: Changes made with too little discussion
On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 08:16:41PM +0000, David Holland wrote:
> The most important lesson to learn in software is that it's ok to be
> wrong and that when you are wrong, the sooner someone notices the
> better. We all make mistakes; we all make lots of mistakes, all the
> time. (Writing this post was probably a mistake, for example.) The
> important part is to try to mitigate the consequences.
There are roughly two kinds of people in this project. Those who like to
code and those who like to write emails. I agree with Haad that some
problems culminate to the certain aspects of micro-management, "the right
to complain", and lack of emphasis on healthy meritocracy.
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