On 09.01.2017 11:04, Stephan Kulow wrote:
On 09.01.2017 10:40, Richard Brown wrote:
Having people take the 'do first, then discuss' approach at least means any subsequent discussions that appear are framed in the context of the actual contributions, something that actually works and actually exists, which goes a long way towards ensuring the discussions are more productive than debating concepts and theoretical problems.
Richard, as a side note, parsing this kind of sentences (the previous paragraph is really only one sentence) is doable, but for me it requires a few cycles until I get a meaning of your thoughts. Please bear with me as none native speaker... maybe it could be said less Shakespearish? ;-)
But in his very example, you're the one undoing something. And IMO here *needs* to come discussion first.
I think you guys both have a point, but on this level of discussion that is no 'this' or 'that' in this case.