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On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 1:40 AM, Jan Holesovsky <> wrote:

Hi Website masters,

Can you please create a page with a list of Certified Developers for
us? :-)  So far there is only

that just generally describes what the Certified Developer is; but we
already have a list of those who have been certified:

and would need to store that somewhere.  [And soon we will have new
names to add.]

I guess the best place would be like

linked from the main certification site, with a text like

----- 8< -----
LibreOffice Certified Developers are individuals who have proved their
ability to hack LibreOffice code to develop new features or provide L3
Support to enterprise users, researching and developing solutions to new
or unknown issues, designing and developing one or more courses of
action, evaluating each of these courses in a test case environment, and
implementing the best solution to the problem. Once the solution is
verified, it is delivered to the customer and given back to the

Certified Developers are present TDF members, were nominated by the
Certification Committee, and peer reviewed by the Engineering Steering

[and here the list of the Certified Developers - see the TDF
announcement link above, it contains it in the 1st paragraph]
----- 8< -----

Marc has already agreed to take this on :) He just needs some guidance and
we need to further develop what our certificate program is for. Is it just
to announce "super trusted devs" or is it to encourage growth in our
support base (paid) for corporations or for individuals? Are we encouraging
more hourly work or looking at long term contracts with big libreoffice


*Joel Madero*
LibreOffice QA Volunteer

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