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A sprint is a focused development session, in which developers pair in a room and focus on building a particular subsystem.
The sprint approach works best when the first few hours are spent getting oriented -- presenting a tutorial for the development material, laying out the stories to tackle for the day, getting everyone a CVS or SVN checkout to work with.
Sprints which don't generate enough interest in advance may be dropped by their organizers.
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