SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] AIfIA Goals 2004 Survey Results
Re: [Sigia-l] AIfIA Goals 2004 Survey Results
[ ... Ziya's rant deleted ... ]
Yes, yes Ziya, we're all well aware of your dislike of anything
"corporate" that you feel might impair your creativity, however, i'm sure
you're being a little hypocritical - your very profession (i'm assuming
you're in the IT/Web field) is possible due to "standards", posting on
this list is only possible because of "standards".
Standards (as previously pointed out) are very valuable - not to constrain
people or curtail creativity, but to a) improve the predictability of an
interface/product and therefor increase its usability and to b) improve
the efficiency of a team (don't keep reinventing the wheel).
Lets not get all extreme on this, however, I think we're all experienced
enough to recognize that there is a balance that needs to be achieved -
too many standards is just as bad as no standards at all.
When replying, please *trim your post* as much as possible.
*Plain text, please; NO Attachments
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