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This looks like it could be pretty cool. I'm still developing my own perl style (as I've worked with in mostly maintenance mode, I've tried to keep the existing style in tact), and I'll likely have some input into my company's upcoming Coding Style document, so this will likely help out a lot.

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in thread tidyview - a tool for a best practice by leriksen

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    [LanX]: with different specialized employees in different rooms
    [LanX]: communication overhead calls for sensible management
    [ambrus]: "different specialized employees in different rooms" => so, there's a cleaner guy who cleans up the vomit from the bathroom every morning?
    [erix]: makes me think of MMM too (mythical man month): "adding more people to a project makes it slower"
    [erix]: that should be "to an already-too-late- project" I think
    [ambrus]: oh yes, we have a pretty good example of that when they reorganized the grill place in the restaurant nearby.
    [ambrus]: it now has two more people working there, and they're serving slower and more expensive.
    [ambrus]: It used to be just a master cook who takes the order and puts the meat and eggs on the open grill plate table, and an assistant who removes them to a plate, adds the side dish, and gives the plate to the people in the queue, plus a cashier.

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