Re: Department of redundancy department
From a document my collegue is editing: "Each switch is populated with
various modules. In some instances, these modules are redundant and in
other instances they are not redundant."
So, is this statement redundant?
Right, so to encapsulate ($10, ka-ching!) some of the other responses, are we talking about redundancy in the sense of failover, or to let the user know that some functions can be reached by several routes?
This redundancy thing comes up a lot. The usual fix is to get rid of "redundant" altogether -- but that's tough, because folks who like "redundant" really, really like it. Heck, I like it. Still, it's really context-dependent, and I must admit (to myself) its problematicalishness.
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