[lpi-discuss] Re: Linux Professional Institute changes Recertification Policy -- Everyone "sound off" on this ...

Bryan J. Smith b.j.smith at ieee.org
Wed Dec 6 17:30:46 EST 2006


Karl Schock <Karl.Schock at web.de> wrote:
> Yes. It looks as if no solution is in sight. :-(

Let's do a sanity check ... SO ...
  EVERYONE SOUND OFF ON WHETHER YOU AGREE OR NOT WITH MY SUMMARY!  

It was this recently posted "2 view" summary ...  
http://list.lpi.org/pipermail/lpi-discuss/2006-December/010317.html  

If LPI came out and _explicitly_guaranteed_ the _perpetual_ right to
use the LPIC titles and logos ...

A)  Would that be "enough" to satisfy people -- especially those who
took LPIC-1 and stopped (or those who passed LPIC-2 and stopped as
well)?  Especially since nearly all other program retire title/logo
usage after 2-3 years?

B)  And would that also be "enough" to satisfy those of us, as well
as technical managers and other, technical hiring authorities (not
just non-technical HR, etc...), who want to differentiate themselves
for being "ACTIVE" in certificiation?

Or would even an explicit clarification by LPI that they will
_always_ allow the _perpetual_right_ to the LPIC titles and logos not
satify those of "A"?


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