From: Lawrence D'Oliveiro on
In message <hs10nb$6od$1(a)>, Aahz wrote:

> My suspicion is that very very few medium/large systems are truly
> "well-designed".

Conway's law applies: the product of any human endeavour reflects the
organizational structure that produced it. If the individuals/groups writing
the different parts of the software were in regular communication, and
working towards a common goal rather than at odds with each other, that will
be reflected in the way their contributions interact.
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