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Q: What is a camel?
A: A horse designed by committee
Any meeting where it takes a committe to decide the resolution or color is
doomed to failure. That's why you have experienced people and style
--- Paul Hanson <PHanson -at- Quintrex -dot- com> wrote:
> If you were involved in establishing standards for either a re-write of
> an existing system or the development of an entirely new system for a
> Windows OS, this email is for you. How long did it take your team
> (assuming that these standards were created with a cross-section of
> programmers and end-user advocates (QA, TW) to come to agreement with
> the following? The list:
> 1. 800 x 600 resolution
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