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podcast 156: ethics and principles

 
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Summary

Paul Wheaton talks to George, Mike, and Kelly at the May PDC in Dayton, MT.
Everyone shares some things they’ve learned so far
the value of writing observations down
the 3 ethics, and focus on the third ethic: returning the surplus, recently interpreted as fair share.
the permaculture principles.
George talks about learning by making mistakes.
Kelly lists a bunch of permaculture principles and goals
patterns in software engineering compared it to permaculture.

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