GNU Business Network Definition comments
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Sun Jun 18 20:21:34 UTC 2006
Rudy Gevaert schrieb:
> On Mon, Jun 12, 2006 at 11:13:35PM +0200, Christian Schröder wrote:
>> You can make 2 levels and say in the description for the lower one, that
>> in fact it is wrong to stay in this level. It's like an msce which is a
>> degree, but if you talk about it everybody will laugh. But still you
>> need it to get the higher ones. So basically the lower level is more
>> like a declaration of the intent to become a good one.
> Would you put effort in achieving something that is temporary? Or
> that says in it's definiation 'it's bad'?
ok maybe i said it wrong. I didn't mean saying it is bad at all. Just
saying this a temporary level on the way to the even better one. I meant
something like an apprenticeship. And most business go for short term or
temporary all the time, thats why why we have most of the problems in
the first place IMO.
I think there is a need for a pure version, so it can't get corrupted
cause of interpretations. But if just go for all, it will be a long way
to get something from it. As a starting catalysator we could use a
non-pure version. This has to be limited in time, otherwise most of the
companys go just for it.
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