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Re: the distinction between data and intelligence

From: mountain man <hobbit_at_southern_seaweed.com.op>
Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2005 22:53:47 GMT
Message-ID: <%lGve.5247$oJ.1102@news-server.bigpond.net.au>


"Kenneth Downs" <knode.wants.this_at_see.sigblock> wrote in message news:7a30p2-ak7.ln1_at_pluto.downsfam.net...
> mountain man wrote:

>> Here's a question for you, and anyone into developing
>> code within a project that involves change management
>> of this code suite over some years ....
>>
>> Do you build a simple stats history data table for each
>> of the code modules? ie: whenever code is invoked
>> by a user, this is logged to a table (procid, userid,
>> datetime).
>>
>
> Nope.

This information can sometimes be handy in order to map and quantify the demographics of use of the elements of the suite.

-- 
Pete Brown
IT Managers & Engineers
Falls Creek
Australia
www.mountainman.com.au/software
Received on Sun Jun 26 2005 - 17:53:47 CDT

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