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  • The health project's work was guided by a principle Mr. Behlendorf calls "do-ocracy" - convince people not with words, but with working code.

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  • In fact, I find that having different opinions and using democracy and do-ocracy to face them is one of the most interesting and distinguishing features of the Debian project.

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  • DebConf is a do-ocracy, if you'd like there to be a change, the best way is to help implement it.

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  • Since BarCamp is ultimately a do-ocracy, I look forward to kicking it at whichever destination you pick.

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  • The standard Open Development response to what could potentially be a serious stopgap in terms of different interests acting in the same project and pushing in different directions is clear, though: on one hand, do-ocracy and his French-speaking twin JFDI does the trick, and on the other keeping discussions and basing decisions solely on technical matters help tremendously as well.

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  • Ultimately, open source is a do-ocracy: Those who do end up not just doing but even deciding

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  • an organizational structure in which individuals choose roles and tasks for themselves and execute them

    August 14, 2009