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Slight Forum Category Restructuring

Discussion in 'Forum Issues' started by Top Cat, Jun 12, 2013.

  1. Top Cat

    Top Cat Administrator Staff Member

    trueCall Model:
    trueCall Classic + Extra + Recorder
    Country:
    Englishman in Wales!
    I have made a few adjustments to rationalise the section layout, and made minor alterations to section titles. There should no longer be confusion whether a software query should go under a Hardware section!
     
  2. cambrensis

    cambrensis Member

    trueCall Model:
    trueCall Call Blocker + Recorder
    Country:
    Welshman in England!
    :rofl: Do I detect a faint tone of hope, mingled with despair? There's the echo of myself, years ago, thinking I'd found an unerring meethod of teaching the "Saxon Genitive!"

    Seriously, it should help.
     
  3. Top Cat

    Top Cat Administrator Staff Member

    trueCall Model:
    trueCall Classic + Extra + Recorder
    Country:
    Englishman in Wales!
    I believe in continuing improvement, and never regard anything as perfect ("almost perfect", maybe...).

    In engineering there is a stage known as "shoot the engineer", which means that management think something is ready for the customer (and any further effort is eating into profits), but the engineer (usually a perfectionist) isn't happy to let go. We engineers have strategies to avoid that (being motivated by the engineering, not profit), which involves leaving out some vital component until the very end.

    These days engineers are expected to be managers as well, so we are internally conflicted.
     

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