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Ian Lynch wrote:
On 22 June 2011 11:11, Italo Vignoli <> wrote:

On 6/22/11 9:38 AM, Cor Nouws wrote:

 I have added some comments on the Discussion page.
If you think it is better, I'll be glad to bring the items on this list.

I think both ways are OK.

I am collecting all emails on the subject, and I will consolidate every bit
on the wiki page during the week end, in order to have draft 0.0.x and
eventually version 1.0.

I will ping the list each time there is a new version of the draft.

I am not very familiar with wikis, but I think it should be fairly easy to
track all changes.

It would be easier, though, to add comments in a "visible" way, to make it
easier to spot them when I will be updating the text.

Ah, I just edited it! Sorry if that makes things more difficult. Feel free
to delete anything you don't like!

Mainly I have drawn a distinction between company partner certification ie
LibO certified partner  and qualifications type certification for
individuals. I think the word certification is a bit of a catch all and can
mean different things to different people.

Also highlighted the need for transparent assessment criteria for either
type so that it is clear what standards are required for acceptance.
Objectivity in this respect has to be seen to be in place otherwise there
will be accusations of favouritism. Those criteria will need careful thought
in whatever aspect they cover.
AFAIK Ian Lynch is an expert at this, for anyone who doesn't know, he has been doing just this and has been active on the OOo discuss list for quite a few years. I am sure that his advice will go far to make such a program a success.
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