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[Post edited two times, last edit by TomD#1756 at January-6-2014 3:37 PM PST (9 years ago)]
|Counterintuitive - strong word(6)||January-6-2014 3:01 PM PST (9 years ago)|
Eh, semantics. You can still say it's counterintuitive because you need feedback in order to improve (common sense tells you to collect feedback; stopping would not be wise). It's counterproductive because without feedback, you cannot continue improving (hindering productivity).
The bottom line is the same. There's no reason to "cut off" feedback at any given time.
Oh Jaetch, you just get me, especially when I haven't had nearly enough caffeine for a Monday. :P
I believe both "counterproductive" and "counter-intuitive" are appropriate terms in this situation. Giving a cut-off both runs contradictory to our goals and sends off an unintended vibe. I wanted to take the opportunity to state in no uncertain terms that regardless of whether or not we are doing active testing, feedback will continue to be collected.
I just felt it was a bit strong in response to the original post.
I didn't intend it to be "strong," but alas, the interwebs often obscures intonation. I'll include more happy faces next time. =) I'm really a very easygoing individual, I assure you!