[lpi-discuss] Re: LPIC-3 core exam -- if you don't like what
you see, VOLUNTEER!
Ryan.McCain at dss.state.la.us
Tue Dec 5 14:08:49 EST 2006
I'm not sure who Matt is. Matt, feel free to contact me @ 225.505.3832
or ryan.mccain at dss.state.la.us
Thanks, Ryan McCain
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Linux System Administrator 3
email: Ryan.McCain at dss.state.la.us
Registered Linux User #364609
>>> On Tue, Dec 5, 2006 at 1:00 PM, in message
<106042.69214.qm at web32908.mail.mud.yahoo.com>, "Bryan J. Smith"
<b.j.smith at ieee.org> wrote:
> Ryan McCain <Ryan.McCain at dss.state.la.us> wrote:
>> I may have joined this game late, but when is the LPIC 3 due out?
>> Is there anything I can do to assist in the development of the
> Contact Matt. He has all your answers (and can always use
> That goes for everyone, including myself (as I've wasted a good 6- 7
> hours responding and blogging), when we could have channeled these
> hours to Matt and helping LPIC- 3 developments.
> This will be my last post as I've abused the list's time as well.
> At least read my blogs if you want to know more about LPI, the
> the TAC and what makes it different.
> You're free to assume I'm a fool or an "LPI apologist" if you want
> afterwards, but at least read my two blog entries.
> http://thebs413.blogspot.com/2006/04/business- of- linuxworld.html
> http://thebs413.blogspot.com/2006/12/lpi- reiterates- and-
> -- Bryan
> P.S. A good example of people who don't read or stop to read
> standards, and listen way too much to vendor- specific marketing
> _real_ industry knowledge and expertise:
> The original IEEE 802.11g specification is only designed and tested
> (and still only rated in many capabilities) for 22Mbps, *NOT*
> Although data values were eventually added so different vendor
> 54Mbps, aka "54G", didn't stomp on one another and worked together.
> People were shocked and dismayed (espeically /., God help us with
> that bucket of mass ignorance! ;- ) when it was announced as a
> max rate.
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