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Re: CVE-2017-14482 - Red Hat Customer Portal

From: Óscar Fuentes
Subject: Re: CVE-2017-14482 - Red Hat Customer Portal
Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2017 20:27:25 +0200
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Emanuel Berg <> writes:

> Óscar Fuentes wrote:
>> Ever heard of interactive development?
>> I've doing that for the last 20 years and the
>> success ratio is almost 100%.
> I've heard of that and that's what we have with
> Elisp and Common Lisp with SLIME. The success
> ratio is never "almost 100%" tho so I suspect
> you refer to some other "interactiveness" that
> I'm unaware of?

Here the context is not having requirements on a useful way for
developing the software. Interactive development is about communicating
with the client for extracting a minimally specified set of
requirements, analyze them, implement them (sometimes partially) and use
that implementation as a basis for communicating with the client again.
Rinse, repeat. Eventually the client is happy with the result.

This is not an approach you can apply to every type of project (not
really good for avionics :-) but, when it is applicable, it works
extremely well, provided that you have the necessary communication
skills and tools for rapid development.

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