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Open Management: Quentin Hardy on github

doom (14564) writes | about a year ago

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Quentin Hardy, over at his blog at the New York Times, talks up the might github.org from the angle of experimental management systems with a flattened hierarchy: Dreams of ‘Open’ Everything. An interesting subject, though I fear the fact that this is a blog post suggests he couldn't sell an editor on doing this as a real arti

Quentin Hardy, over at his blog at the New York Times, talks up the might github.org from the angle of experimental management systems with a flattened hierarchy: Dreams of âOpenâ(TM) Everything. An interesting subject, though I fear the fact that this is a blog post suggests he couldn't sell an editor on doing this as a real article.

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s/might/mighty/, etc (1)

doom (14564) | about a year ago | (#42491173)

That was supposed to be "the mighty github" of course, and I neglected to submit that as a story, but whatever.
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