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Interaction anti-patterns

find out some of the worst ways to interact in the project

Michael Meeks
18.Oct.2012 from 18:00 to 18:15
15 minutes

Details of the Talk

LibreOffice aims to be a fun place to be, filled with smooth and pleasant interactions between peers, working together to produce the best software possible.

Based on a lifetime's experience of getting interactions wrong myself, I'll cherry-pick and analyse some of the interaction styles that can pointlessly frustrate and hinder smooth working, and perhaps demonstrate a few.

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