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Rough consensus and running code means that we should design practical, working systems that can be quickly implemented and solve a problem the a group agrees they have.
 
Rough consensus and running code means that we should design practical, working systems that can be quickly implemented and solve a problem the a group agrees they have.
  
 
For example, If everyone agrees we need images on the web, and someone gets images up and running, whoever gets there first will probably be the one setting the direction for the structure.
 
For example, If everyone agrees we need images on the web, and someone gets images up and running, whoever gets there first will probably be the one setting the direction for the structure.

Revision as of 10:54, 15 June 2018

Rough consensus and running code means that we should design practical, working systems that can be quickly implemented and solve a problem the a group agrees they have.

For example, If everyone agrees we need images on the web, and someone gets images up and running, whoever gets there first will probably be the one setting the direction for the structure.