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From José Carlos Chávez <jcchav...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Be vulnerable
Date Sun, 03 Mar 2019 07:53:54 GMT
This is a great idea, Adrian. By sharing what was good and bad in your
journey is not only a source of learning but also is a symbol of empathy
for users. I will work on that.

Den søn. 3. mar. 2019, 07:08 skrev Adrian Cole <adrian.f.cole@gmail.com>:

> Hi, team.
>
> I'm writing a presentation on Zipkin
> https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/ZIPKIN/Sites (obligatory
> nudge to those who've not published yet, but can)
>
> During this, I thought of a few things not captured in the notes, but
> could be helpful to new people. Basically, your story of how it all
> started. Many people come into tracing knowing not much, or worse,
> coming armed with confusion. They don't have a setup yet. While
> reading our site docs, it became evident that we don't tell them how
> things evolved, how we evolved.
>
> If you can (reply is fine), mention a few things that might feel
> vulnerable. For example, when you started in tracing, how did it feel
> and what challenges did you face? How did you overcome them and which
> have you yet to overcome? What was your first deployment? What
> situations failed, and maybe even never succeeded?
>
> By daring to be imperfect, vulnerable.. I think we can become even
> more accessible. I think some of you are pedastalized based on where
> you are. I am proud of you for that, but at the same time, I think
> sharing stories about your own learning can help others feel more
> engaged.. just a hunch.
>
> anyway, if you feel like sharing your story, please do. If you think
> this idea is bologna, that's also ok!
>
> Best,
> -A
>
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