Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Benefits of joining ScrumAlliance
>In the past year of running the Scrum Alliance, I must comment that many people said, "I would volunteer but I'm so busy with X, Y, and Z." Charging money does not change the main issue - participation to develop content and to promote.I know and you are right but that's why I would stress the "obbligations" for CSM Practicing and CSM Training.
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- Hi Deb,
> And on that note - how about we wrap voting up on Friday night?That
> will have given both weekend and weekday readers a chance. Fromthat
> point the pigs can (flock? what do pigs do? oh, Scrum! :-) anddecide
> how to move forward.Sounds good to me.
I can't recall what we call a "collection" of pigs but we could
use "forage" as our call to action!
> You can also volunteer to be a "pig" on the project there.members?)
> So far, voting has been light (understatement, for a list of 800
It is worth noting that all pigs will be worked hard. Chickens who
oink need not apply :-D.
John A Thomson - CSM