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16 July 2013

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Bjoern Michaelsen

Heh, that circle looks pretty much exactly like the one I presented a few days ago in my "Continuous Community Integration" talk at FISL14:
http://people.canonical.com/~bjoern/ContinuousCommunityIntegration.odp
http://hemingway.softwarelivre.org/fisl14/high/40t/sala40t-high-201307061400.ogg
and Mark Surman, talking right after me about "The Web is Lego", told me "I have the same circle diagram in my talk" and indeed, he did. So I think we have a winner here! ;)

Stephen Walli

We used to laugh at Microsoft that all architecture diagrams get reduced down to two boxes with an arrow between them. We apparently have gone for a more holistic circle meme.

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