From: Stefan Seefeld (seefeld_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-04 04:53:10
Thomas Witt wrote:
>> That's why I'm suspicious that 'fixing the tools' alone will change much.
> Frankly this is missing the point that both Doug and I raise. The most important point is
> reliability. Our given tool chain is not even close to providing the reliability that is
> needed to support any kind of process. This is not about bells and whistles it's about
> *making it work*.
I agree, and I never meant to say the opposite. But fixing tools where they are unreliable,
and reinventing / rewriting everything from scratch every now and then are not quite the same.
> Another important point is to make it easy for people to do the right thing. If the right
> way to do things is at the same time the easiest way.
I believe in incremental enhancements, not in Getting It Right This Time.
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