Tuesday, February 03, 2004

Introspection of cooperation in the "peace with difference" volunteer service group

Introspection of cooperation in the "peace with difference" volunteer service group.

 

What we are doing is called "standardization" in the film making process a year ago in the "peace with difference" volunteer service group. It could explain why it takes a long time.

 

Standardization is a process that people try to combine that concepts and ideas each other (harmonized the ideas we have, but ideas still follow their individual, fundamental design philosophies).

take a programming language C++ for example:
The standardization of C++ was started in 1989 and finished at the end of 1997, although some formal motions delayed the final publication until September 1998. You may wonder why the standardization process took almost 10 years, and if you know some details about the standard you might wonder why after all this time it is still not perfect. Ten years, in fact, was not enough time! Although, according to the history and the context of the standardization process, a lot was accomplished. The result is usable in practice, but it is not perfect (nothing ever is).

 


"But it is not perfect (nothing ever is)", it takes lots of time to harmonize, but it is a good practice. but the organization of a design (the tapescript of the video, the design of C++) are little bit "odd". Styles doesn't match sentences after sentences.

Solution is find a person to rewrite the tapescript (the design of C++) in his own one style. Thus, the ideas between tapescript rocks.

I can say, there is high degree of cooperation within the group that is I have never come over.

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