Sun 21 Sep 2014 09:21:47 PM PDT
QoTD: Giles Bowkett
The Agile Manifesto might also be to blame for the
Scrum standup. It states that "the most efficient and
effective method of conveying information to and within
a development team is face-to-face conversation." In
fairness to the manifesto's authors, it was written in
2001, and at that time git log did not yet exist.
However, in light of today's toolset for distributed
collaboration, it's another completely implausible
assertion, and even back in 2001 you had to kind of
pretend you'd never heard of Linux if you really wanted
it to make sense.