5064FW: [scrumdevelopment] Frequent Releases
- Oct 30, 2004
"The truth arises from the disagreement amongst friends.”
n David Hume
The discussion is a bit esoteric, but isn’t conflict and tension sometimes necessary to make progress?
In my view, research goes both ways:
1) building an idea by expanding on it:
(agreeing with all or part of it but expanding), or
2) re-building an idea by challenging all or part of it
(agreeing with part of it but _disagreeing_ with another part)
Incremental advancement is typically by “expanding” but true revolutions typically come
from _strong_ disagreements,
From: Boris Gloger [mailto:boris.gloger@...]
Sent: Saturday, October 30, 2004 5:47 AM
Subject: Re: [scrumdevelopment] Frequent Releases
> On Fri, 29 Oct 2004 14:53:17 -0400, Ron Jeffries
> <ronjeffries@...> wrote:
> > On Friday, October 29, 2004, at 11:25:33 AM, mike.dwyer1@... wrote:
> > > This is getting to be irritating Ron, but I have to agree with you - yet
> > again!
> > What's odd is that many people find a way to be irritated without agreeing.
> > :)
On Fri, 29 Oct 2004 20:51:35 -0600, Michael Spayd
> I'd say what is irritating is people who find a way to be disagreeable
> without at least being interesting (let alone useful). :-)
Questions is: "What makes them not agreeing?" - maybe agreeing needs
an emotinal basis?
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