Re: Idea for a process experiment to reward running code...

Dave Crocker <dhc@dcrocker.net> Mon, 03 December 2012 14:45 UTC

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On 12/3/2012 6:36 AM, Barry Leiba wrote:
> Or we'll just waste time sticking in some side-process that isn't
> necessary (all of this can already been done under current process,
> with no experiment).
...
> That's a better promise than saying we'll cut out three or four weeks
> of review time for a document that probably took 16 months to develop.


+10

d/

ps. given how creative human can be, in generating unintended 
consequences, an incentive to create running code /before/ going to 
Proposed could serve to /increase/ the barrier to standardization, by 
creating a perception that having running code is pragmatically required 
to get past the IESG.

d/

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  Dave Crocker
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