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Re: Fedora bug triage - workflow proposal



On Tue, Jan 15, 2008 at 04:36:42PM -0500, Jon Stanley wrote:
> Parkinson explains that this is because an atomic plant is so vast, so
> expensive and so complicated that people cannot grasp it, and rather
> than try, they fall back on the assumption that somebody else checked
> all the details before it got this far.   Richard P. Feynmann gives a

There is another more unkind interpretation. An atomic power plant is also
so complex that the person who made the decision is entirely absolved of blame.
Nobody can hold them responsible for the decision because they were clearly
misled by experts. Thus a large project is all gain no blame (for the manager).
Either it succeeds "such vision by the board" or it fails "poorly advised"

Alan


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