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Re: An Analysis Pattern for Inventories

From: Ke Deng
Subject: Re: An Analysis Pattern for Inventories
Date: Sat, 2 Mar 2002 12:39:35 +0800

    Pattern is a solution for some kind of generic problem .It 's an
abstract from concrete context.
    According Christopher Alexander ,, "Each pattern describes a problem
which occurs over and over again in our environment, and then describes the
core of the solution to that problem, in such a way that you can use this
solution a million times over, without ever doing it the same way twice" .
    So, it's a principle or thought we can apply in concrete context rather
than a patend.When did we pay money for principle or thought?
    Of course we can't republish it without permission.In fact it's not
neccessary to apply it without any modification.
    Ke Deng.

----- Original Message -----
From: Neil Tiffin <address@hidden>
To: Dirk Riehle <address@hidden>; Ke Deng <address@hidden>; GNUe
Sent: Saturday, March 02, 2002 9:39 AM
Subject: Re: An Analysis Pattern for Inventories

> We work with consensus from the core team.  For application packages
> that has typically included Reinhard and myself.  We welcome all
> input.  As with most free software a lot gets defined by the person
> doing to work and making the contribution.  Good work is seldom
> turned away.
> The process involves putting forward a proposal, then vetting it
> either with email or IRC discussions.  When we reach general
> agreement (or get close) we commit to CVS.
> I would very much like to use patterns.  We have some limitations
> however.  The work must be in the public domain or usable under a
> license that is acceptable to Derek (GNU).  Also the contributors
> must have signed a copyright assignment.
> Neil
> address@hidden
> At 3:45 PM -0500 3/1/02, Dirk Riehle wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >
> >Ke Deng touches on a subject I've been wondering about while lurking
> >around your mailing lists: what/who is GNUe's "product management"
> >e.g. who gets to define what features to do, even before you come up
> >with domain analysis or design decisions. Where does the domain
> >expertise come from that decides that a specific way to handle
> >inventory, do accounting, or model supply chains is the way to go.
> >
> >In any case, if you think analysis patterns are helpful, let me
> >know, I may be able to help. (E.g. I know the author of the paper Ke
> >Deng is pointing to.) I'd also recommend Martin Fowler's book. I
> >even put out some as I call it "business patterns" on the web at:
> >
> >
> >Dirk
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >At 3/1/2002 +0800, Ke Deng wrote:
> >>hi,
> >>     I don't know how do you think of "Analysis Pattern".It should be
> >>in proposal stage though it could bring some workload to study but it is
> >>starting point and helpful.
> >>     I have found an Analysis Pattern for Inventories (in attachment
> >>file)-Stock Manager which should be useful for GNUe project.Whether use
> >>or not depend on your decision,I just hope it helpful to you.
> >>
> >>thanks,
> >>     Ke Deng.
> >
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