[ros-dev] Goodbye Everyone...
Dann B. Smith
dann at dannsoft.com
Fri Feb 17 10:56:52 CET 2006
Hmmm... Wrong. A strong leadership can prevent the politicization of a
project if handled correctly.
I would like to paraphrase certain scientists here and say that if you
have to vote on a thing, it isn't science (or engineering). And if it's
science (or engineeirng), it does not (ever) need a vote.
Science and engineering are based on two things: truth and workability
If that maxim can't be followed, the rest of the discussion is moot,
since the project has already died.
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On Behalf Of Murphy, Ged (Bolton)
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 4:21 AM
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Subject: RE: [ros-dev] Goodbye Everyone...
Rick Langschultz wrote
It is inevitable that as a project grows in size and popularity, it also
becomes much more political.
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