Great! I have signed it.
Now the last one:Zhang Keqiang from Shanghai China.
I am so shy that I don't know the new manifesto untill now.
but I am so glad that I have the same idea with so many people.
The 3rd value in craftsmanship manifesto directly covers my first proposal: To improve Organization as a whole together has the same value as to improve one team own.
The fifth element for the Agile Manifesto from Uncle Bob is "Craftsmanship over Execution".
The craftsmanship manifesto derived from the proposed fifth element for the Agile Manifesto.
The whole craftsmanship manifesto most likely covers my second proposal: To find waste and remove it in process has more value than to compliance with the established dogma
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Cory Foy <usergroup@...> wrote:
> Hi zhangk,
> zhangk wrote:
> > Will the manifesto keep the same forever? I don't think so.
> > Even we need spend some time going back to what it really says, we should add or change more ,then let it be more clear.
> > The question is when? and who?
> > when? It's the time.
> > who? currently there are many fans and practitioners of Agile, It is so hard to reach the agreement.
> I'm surprised that no one brought up the fact that it's been one year
> since a new manifesto was created - the Software Craftsmanship Manifesto:
> "As aspiring Software Craftsmen we are raising the bar of professional
> software development by practicing it and helping others learn the
> craft. Through this work we have come to value:
> Not only working software,
> but also well-crafted software
> Not only responding to change,
> but also steadily adding value
> Not only individuals and interactions,
> but also a community of professionals
> Not only customer collaboration,
> but also productive partnerships
> That is, in pursuit of the items on the left we have found the items on
> the right to be indispensable."
> I do think it's time for something new. Unfortunately the impediment we
> face now is "business" - the MBAs of the world being taught command and
> control strategies, the organizations rewarding individualistic
> behavior, the reward structures which say nothing about teams, the
> Furniture Police and Desk Police and Fear Police ensuring we all stay
> good little servants not rocking the boat with our big visible walls,
> our pair programming, our cross-functional teams. No manifesto is going
> to help with that - only clear, focused goals from the community, not
> putting up with the crap that makes it by as "Scrum" and "Agile" these days.
> Cory Foy