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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Cardimon, Craig
> Imagine trying to take meetings minutes remotely. It's a very hard
> thing to do.
I don't see that at all.
Jeff Pyle: ... attempting to address that bug, when Yin-man found another.
Chang Yin-Man: [inaudible] test case for [inaudible]. So we [inaudible] and soak-test for [inaudible]...
JP: Frank thought we could just adapt the existing test for [door-slam].
CY: Yes, yes, very little... [inaudible]..... but only if we [inaudible]... very urgent!
Frank Cyr: Exactly! Let's roll people. Craig can update the use-case and Story for that one. Adjourned.
Not sure why, but I'm reminded of an old joke where you get hold of the PA microphone (at a game, in a store, anywhere they have a PA system) and announce:
"Would the owner of a two-thousand and >thunk!thunk!< ... model >screee<, color >krump-click!<, and license plate >chshshshsh-skritch!< PLEASE go to the parking lot. Your CAR is ON FIRE!"
In some venues, you can safely substitute "Your TRUCK" for "Your CAR".
Then try not to be standing in an aisle or near a door.
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