On Tue, 2010-11-02 at 02:11 +0100, Italo Vignoli wrote:
On 10/30/2010 06:47 PM, Ian wrote:
I have posted a brief description of the meeting planned to support
certification at the above address. Please feel free to copy it to any
place you think it might be appropriate.
Hi Ian, I think that the certification process is a very important step
because - as you say - might become an important source of revenue, but
also as one of the pillars of a necessary ecosystem around TDF.
I see certification not only for teachers and users, but also for
developers of templates and macros, and for enterprise support services
(companies building added value around LibreOffice). In addition, there
could be a specific certification for "migration" services.
I think that you have a very valuable experience, and we should work
together at building the process, as soon as we have settled down and
established TDF as a legal entity.
I'm just in the process of going through the accreditation process and
organising a preparatory meeting. Once we get this part under way we can
look at other complementary certification. One of the reasons for the
preparatory meeting is that we can apply for EU money to support market
research, for example.
We still need community members to come forward. We don't have any
representation at the moment from France, Italy, Scandinavia or Poland
and these are big populations with a lot of potential.
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