A brief definition of agile daily meeting is:
Each day at the same time, the team meets so as to bring everyone up to date on the information that is vital for coordination: each team members briefly describes any "completed" contributions and any obstacles that stand in their way.
Currently I have two coworkers that are describing in great detail whatever they were doing. Something like the following fictive conversation:
"Yesterday I had to do that and I thought of doing it using method A, B, and C and I've chose to do the task with method B because it had these advantages which A and C doesn't have. Of course I don't mean A and C are pointless methods, but in these circumstances they are not fit, or I should say not as fit as method B because as I've stated before..." for 10 minutes.
What I'd expect is "Yesterday I managed to do task A with no blockers and today I'll do task B".
We're a new team and I think my manager doesn't want to bother with these details, but it's very irritating to spend 20 minutes on two colleagues and 10 minutes on the rest of the team.
How do I politely fix this?