Re: paper records
All my prescriptions have been going electronically from GP to pharmacy for several years now. No signature on them although for some reason the pharmacy then prints them out for me to fill in the back of it.
224 posts • joined 24 Mar 2010
In some cases this was because it was simply to early to tell, but in others it wasn't clear what the intended benefits were – seven projects didn't have a business case, for instance.
How do you even start a project without a business case? This is, like, day one session one of any project management course.
I could have been clearer in my question. The full quote from Mongo's blog is : "The SSPL clarifies the conditions for making MongoDB publicly available as a service, to ensure we can continue to invest in building MongoDB for our users rather than in costly litigation over enforcing the AGPL."
Surely it'll be just as costly whether they're enforcing the AGPL or their own slightly modified AGPL? I don't read their new section as being any clearer only more expansive.
My first job in IT was with a major fibre network provider. They'd grown too fast and hadn't kept proper records of where their fibres actually went and how they were connected up. I was employed to map the network from a pile of surveyor's notes. There were parts of the network where fibre would go down a duct only to have disappeared by the time it got to the next inspection chamber. This was live fibre carrying live traffic so it must have gone somewhere but buggered if we knew where.
Unfortunately, I didn't stay there long enough to find out if they ever tracked it down.
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