jhuntwork at lightcubesolutions.com
Fri May 18 10:33:19 PDT 2012
On 5/18/12 12:34 PM, Jeremy Huntwork wrote:
> I agree with all these points, but being stable and
> re-thinking/experimenting are not mutually exclusive. Again, it's a
> matter of process and organization. But the typical behavior I've seen
> is to nay-say new ideas because it does not fit in with the tradition
> and the expectation of what the current-stable book is, instead of
> encouraging a platform for new ideas and experimentation. Perhaps this
> stems from the assumption that there are too few hands to do the work
> involved to develop and support - but chasing away ideas also chases
> away the hands to do the work.
I should acknowledge here that it was very flexible indeed to re-create
a branch for me that allows me to do experimental work.
I suppose what I am really after is that as a community we provide more
means/avenues to foster experimental thinking where appropriate. If you
have any suggestions on how to do this, I'd love to hear them.
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