My solution would be to find a new job!
That's ridiculous. Obviously someone came up with the policy who has no idea
On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 7:38 AM, Andy <a...@hardyfamily.org.uk> wrote:
> On Sep 8, 12:42 pm, Clive Crous <clive.cr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > The company I work for sent out an email this morning instructing us
> > to, from now on, commit all source code changes for whatever we're
> > currently working on and push (to central
> > company git repository), regardless of the progress, status or state
> > every half-an-hour so that they see the
> > changes being made and can monitor productivity. Thoughts on this?
> Tee hee! Welcome to the 18th century and the joys of piece-work!
> Perhaps you should suggest that they install keyboard loggers instead
> so that they could count how many keys are being pressed!
> Unfortunately, it sounds like the idiot who came up with this idea
> wouldn't understand a rational discussion about the logic behind this,
> so I'd just go with the flow and create a script that modifies and
> checks in the same file every few minutes and then bask in the glory
> of being 'productive'!
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