[BSDcert] Ideas on Certifications
tillman at seekingfire.com
Wed Mar 16 15:23:53 EST 2005
On Wed, Mar 16, 2005 at 03:17:39PM -0500, Mikel King wrote:
> Tillman Hodgson wrote:
> >On Wed, Mar 16, 2005 at 02:36:41PM -0500, Mikel King wrote:
> >>>* How do we determine what an "official" BUG is? If I start a new BUG
> >>>with myself and a buddy as memebrs today and apply for proctor status
> >>>tomorrow ... well, I don't think that should count. What can we use as
> >>>a minimum standard for partnering with a BUG? It's a harder question
> >>>than it looks at first ...
> >>A sort of charter based systgem perhaps? Like a fraternity/sorority
> >I'm not very familiar that kind of system ... would you mind describing
> It's basically, a central authority granting a charter to a child
> organization, to use/reuse and represent the goals of said organization.
> Every fraternity has a parent, and that parent entity can by a charter
> document define what the child may do and may not do in representing the
> organization as a whole.
Oh, ok, so a hierarchal system using charters to define the dilution of
power as one descends the levels.
> If you want a more detailed scope I could draft one up but I don't think
> we are anywhere near ready for such steps yet. I mean we haven't even
> agreed on the whole cert thing yet...;-)
LOL! True enough.
"She is getting error message that say undliveriable messages,her hole
area cannot send externil emails."
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