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I hope this is the right QA site to ask this question, if not, please give me a hint, where to ask it :-)

In my study (computer science) we got a module named "Software Quality", where the focus is set on different methods about testing processes.

I have the task to create a presentation about the formal review process (walkthrough, inspection, ...), its roles, benefits, and so on.

I'm looking for a significant/creative slogan that fits to the term "Review" or "Review process", like "Java is not an island" is a slogan to the programming language "Java".

So, be creative and help me please.

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If this is found to be inappropriate for this forum, you can also try submitting it as a discussion at www.softwaretestingclub.com. A lot of creative, twisted minds running around there. :) –  Jeff_Lucas Apr 16 at 15:47
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I think this is probably too subjective for this forum. It would certainly fit in over at the Software Testing Club forums. –  Kate Paulk Apr 16 at 16:53
    
From Dantes' Inferno: "Abandon hope all ye who enter here" –  Lord_Gestalter Apr 17 at 4:59
    
I started a discussion on www.softwaretestingclub.com. Hope to get a feedback there. Thank you! –  Christian St. Apr 17 at 13:44
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Classic one might be the Linus's Law: "given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow"

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How about: "If a job's worth doing it's worth doing well!"

Why do we review other peoples work, because they are sloppy? No, I believe in continuously improving in small steps, someone has to monitor what needs improving though :)

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You could try these if it helps:

"Review or Lament" "Review or Perish"

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