Il 04/11/2010 16.56, Italo Vignoli ha scritto:
The community cannot issue formal certifications about software, and
this is where the OOo project has missed the point.
I know it.
Nevertheless, a foundation isn't needed to start a certification program.
Any vendor may start it, with more or less official and international
And, by saying the truth, why a TDF certification program should be
better than a hypothetical "IBM LIbO certified professional" label, in a
I'm surely missing something, but *as far as what I've read in this list
is concerned*, this foundation is starting to appear like an empty box:
few needs to exist and even less powers.
Please, get me right, I'm really trying to understand, because I've read
several different opinions from TDF founders and I know a consensus has
still to be found about this matter. However, the vehemence of some
voices let me think that a majority may already exist in your group,
although there hasn't been a vote yet.
Or, at least, that any decision different from the opinion expressed,
for example, by Michael Meeks, may cause more problems than anything
else during the foundation start-up phase, independently of the fair
evaluation of the alternatives.
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