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Old September 29th 04, 11:40 PM
Derek Lyons
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"Revision" [email protected] wrote:
OK, perhaps NASA doesn't like to improvise repair
procedures as a fundamental way of doing business.
Why would improvization be such a goal and a virtue?

Improvisation is a matter of necessity.

Speaking as one who has maintained equipment far from support and with
limited resources; A routine need to improvise is a sign of poor
design and engineering. If it becomes a necessity, it's a sign that
something is badly wrong.

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