38294Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Scrum User Group Closes
- May 2, 2009Hello, Beckfordp. On Saturday, May 2, 2009, at 4:13:02 PM, you
> If this is so, why not just publish the letter so we can allIt was published.
> decide for ourselves? On this forum would be a good place to
> start. I've followed the discussion and haven't found a reference
> to the actual letter in question anywhere.
> As for Kens contribution, I agree that he is entitled to his ownI'm sure he's grateful for your opinion, and for your assumption of
> personal opinion on events, but as a representative of the SA he
> would have been well advised just to have made a public apology
> and left it at that.
good motivation from all concerned.
> At best this is a PR fiasco for the SA. At worst it smells ofGeeze. Did they back over your dog, too?
> something pretty horrid.
> If Microsoft had sent such a letter to a volunteer user groupI wouldn't have. I read the letter.
> who chose to call themselves "The Orlando Microsoft User Group",
> we'd be up in arms and rightly so.
> I can't see any good reason why the SA would want to trademarkThere is a difference between "I can't see", and "it makes no
> any phrase that included the term "User Group".
> It makes no sense.
sense". So long as we can't see, it may be premature to assign
whether there is sense.
For me, XP ain't out there, it's in here. -- Bill Caputo
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