5 Sep 2002 niceguyeddie   » (Journeyer)

gregorrothfuss -- I agree with you that is an valid point. Stability breeds consistancy. I am not so concerned about org structures per se, but what drives people to make the org work. Its a curious subject. In some cases it is a very clear cut definition of what drives the people behind the project to success, but in other cases its a lot more blurry.

Still need to think about what is the Absolute Goals, and not the relative ones. I have read quite a few good ideas, but I still think its not as defined as it should be. Is a projects end goal satisfaction, or something more or less abstract? I am not so sure that I have ever seen the goal defined (not talking about technical goals), but then again, I am not all that well read as most of my peers in the open source community.


NFL starts tonight. Giants at the 49'ers. I pick the 49'ers in a 24 to 17 victory over the Giants. Giants lack the QB, unity, and cohesion to do alot this year, but then again, I am not an expert. I like the 49'ers even with the points.

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