The description page (http://www.documentfoundation.org/certification/) is
rather vague for requirements in each category.
For example, I have been working in a small-medium business, and I use
Ubuntu on a daily basis, and LibreOffice every other day.
On top of that, I also make a personal use of LibreOffice on a weekly
basis. I have used OpenOffice for four years before changing to
LibreOffice, and before that I have used MS Office for over 10 years.
Would that be enough to qualify me as anything?
The requirements are not clear.
I live in Montreal, Canada.
Our LibreOffice community is inexistent at best.
If we want to grow our community, there should be training done. A training
session happened last month. Was the trainer certified? I have no idea, but
We can assume that every week there are migrations done worldwide, but it
is the IT support people who take care of them inside each company.
Companies are not necessarily using certified migration professional.
The same logic applies for L1 and L2 support.
Description page is great but it lacks details.
Just my 2 cents.
On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 3:36 PM, Italo Vignoli <email@example.com>wrote:
Il 13/03/2013 19:36, Jan Holesovsky ha scritto:
Does it help, please? :-)
Further to Kendy's answer, which I second entirely.
The description of the certification program is here:
should be rather clear. The document has been agreed and approved by
the community and the board of directors, after a rather long discussion,
and can of course be improved (but I think that the scope is clear).
In the future, there will be other pages in addition to certified
developers, and these will be certified migrators, certified trainers and
certified support professionals.
The objective is always to support businesses in the deployment of
LibreOffice, by offering a list of people (later on, of organizations
employing certified professionals) capable of supporting professionally the
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Re: [libreoffice-website] Page to list LibreOffice Certified Developers · Jan Holesovsky
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