Re: YOU are responsible, even when YOU are not to blame
I don't agree, and here's why. If you (that's a basic, general, all-purpose
plural "you" rather than a finger-pointing "you" - I curse the shortcomings
of the mother tongue) are truly responsible for the documentation, then what
for heaven's sake is going on at the project meetings? The deliverable
schedule is there, and you see Final User Guide Due May 1. But on the next
line is Update Parameters User Interface Due May 10. That's a disconnect in
the whole structure.
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