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  • All the details of the story are fleshed out during the planning meeting. This doesn't change during the iteration, it can only be modified for a future iteration. The acceptance tests are based on these details. Planning meetings rule! Gareth
    Gareth Reeves Feb 16, 2001
  • > XP in a Nutshell would make a great addition to the OReilly series. So who's going to write it? ;-) BTW, does everyone here know about the XP Universe conference in July http://www.objectmentor.com/xpuniverse/default.htm Gareth
    Gareth Reeves Feb 8, 2001
  • XP in a Nutshell would make a great addition to the OReilly series. Gareth
    Gareth Reeves Feb 8, 2001
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  • > Doubtless we'll talk about it next > week at the Second International Lightweight Methodology > Conference and Ski > / Hot Tub Meet. Where is this? > > But I think there are people who know they need improvement, and who will > listen, and people who don't, who won't. There are people who get that > control isn't about hierarchy but about steering, and people who don't. > > Seems...
    Gareth Reeves Feb 7, 2001
  • Greath story, thanks a lot. What was the system to be implemented by each group? Gareth
    Gareth Reeves Feb 7, 2001
  • > Why don't you just use "Light Methodologies"? Light is good but my favorite is 'Incremental'. If you think about it, everything about XP is in Incremental or Evolutionary. I am starting to think that changing the name would be a good thing. Gareth
    Gareth Reeves Feb 6, 2001
  • > Your welcome, I didn't recognize the t-shirt... any pictures that > show it in more detail? The t-shirts were made by hand as presents to the team. I will be glad when we get large enough to have them professional printed, until then I will have to keep burning a mark into the kitchen table with the iron-ons. Gareth
    Gareth Reeves Feb 6, 2001
  • I was just trying to say that it should be the teams choice as to whether they listen to music or not. Obviously anything that particularly offended anyone would not take a turn on the juke box. There are some interesting team dynamics around listening to music. Gareth
    Gareth Reeves Feb 6, 2001
  • Kent was interviewed by the Seattle Times recently on the Windows XP subject. The article can be found at www.seattletimes.com. Gareth ------------------------------------------------------ 'Sufficient to the day are the troubles thereof'
    Gareth Reeves Feb 6, 2001
  • > Because they prefer to stay up past midnight. Yeah, I used to prefer to do the same. Then I realized how important it was to interact with my customers, users, project managers and other programmers and I got over it. Gareth
    Gareth Reeves Feb 6, 2001