The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 60 (1982) > Issues > Issue 10 > Open Discussion on Simple Codes can Stifle Structural Technology by J.G. Sunley and R. G. Taylor
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Open Discussion on Simple Codes can Stifle Structural Technology by J.G. Sunley and R. G. Taylor

Mr Alfred Goldstein (F) (R. Travers Morgan & Partners): As a supporter of the KISS principle (‘keep it simple, stupid’), I can agree with Mr Taylor’s general direction, but I would not go as far as he. I can also agree with Mr Sunley’s view that BSI is trying to do too much. I cannot agree, however, that those drafting these documents should do what is necessary without consideration of the future user.