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  Five Lessons Open Source Developers Should Learn from Extreme Programming
Subject:   pair programming in an open source project?
Date:   2003-08-30 03:53:28
From:   anonymous2
Hi, i decided to develop my next project with xp, and i read some books about it, like Kent Becks "XP Explained" or Kent Becks and Martin Fowlers "Planning XP". It's a shame that all principles aren't work in an open spource project, i.e. pair programming. How can i pair programming with other developers, if we cannot sit side by side??
The problem with the real customer was explained in this article.
Are there any other resources to read about xp in open source projects?


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  • pair programming in an open source project?
    2003-08-31 06:10:39  otto [View]

    > How can i pair programming with other developers,
    > if we cannot sit side by side??

    If you're on MacOS X, you should try SubEthaEdit (http://www.codingmonkeys.de/subethaedit/) the distributed text editor formerly known as Hydra.
  • pair programming in an open source project?
    2003-08-30 04:09:26  anonymous2 [View]

    I forgot to say that i also post a comment to the old article by chromatic "Five Lessons You Should Learn form Extreme Programming", my comment was "Development with XP, but without a Team". I got a good answer by chromatic and i hope i will get a good too!

    Thanks for the good articles about xp!!