Principles for the new label

I sure do pursue lots of goals – but this new label is meant to target only a few of them.
New label? Which new label?

1. Make personal computing personal again

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2. Software should work without interference with the base system

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2.1. It should not need to be “installed”

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2.2. It should (be able to) work offline

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2.3. It should not need administrative rights

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3. Prefer store-and-forward concepts over online connections

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4. Concentrate on one capability per tool

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5. Honor Postel’s law

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6. Scratch my own itch & eat my own dogfood

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I’m still working on the wording for # 2. I’d like to phrase the things in positive terms.

Is this an enterprisey thing to do? Stating the principles? Or the believes?

I don’t think so – and if they become enterprisey in my own view I can always adapt. For example by deleting them.

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About Michael Mahlberg

Traveling the world, living life and building another software and consulting business - perhaps. Although I've been dubbed "serial entrepreneur", I'm still caring about the craft of software development & have been consulting on software development processes and architecture since the last millennium.
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