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91868RE: [XP] Re: DSDM is Agile

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  • Steven Gordon
    May 1, 2004
      Using a non-disclosure agreement to inhibit communication would seem to be a first-order violation of the agile manifesto ("collaboration over contract negotiation"). Making methodologies proprietary is no way to facilitate learning from each other.

      On Saturday, May 1, 2004, at 5:43:26 AM, rachelclairedavies wrote:

      > I would like to fill in some more background info because I feel
      > that, as I provided advice on XP to the DSDM consortium for DSDM
      > v4.2 in 2002/2003, I am implicated in the choice of Enterprise XP
      > name. During this time I was bound by a non-disclosure agreement so
      > I could not discuss freely on this list. At this time another XP
      > advisor on DSDM v4.2, Sean Hanly, expressed within the review
      > group "I personally am uncomfortable with EnterpriseXP tag and would
      > prefer that we disassociate the 4.2 work and EnterpriseXP." I think
      > this was the general view taken by all XP practitioners who worked
      > on v4.2 but DSDM consortium went ahead with the name anyhow.
      > To reiterate previous mails, I have used some DSDM techniques in
      > conjuntion with XP and believe that we have things to learn from
      > each other but do not like "EnterpriseXP" branding.

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