Since Scrum is a framework, why is the Stand-Up/Scrum event so specifically prescribed as a "Daily Scrum?"
I understand daily is the overwhelming frequency and also a good practice for the overwhelming majority of scrum projects. Don't misunderstand - I'm a big believer in daily scrums.
However, especially as Scrum is used for more and more non-IT projects of all types, couldn't the scrum frequency be more or less frequent that daily? It seems that the frequency might also be correlated to the sprint duration.
I submit this suggestion more in the spirit of keeping Scrum at the level of a framework and not a methodology or set of rules than I do to try to change the frequency of the scrum/stand-up.
So, my suggestion is to move the guidance that scrums/stand-ups are daily out of the framework. This guidance could be listed as a common practice or even a recommendation, but not part of the framework. I suggest the framework calls for scrums/stand-ups that are recurring on a set cadence.