[BSDCert] DragonFly - Why?
phackwer at gmail.com
Tue Oct 25 09:21:12 EDT 2005
> was only one entry in the Appendix A chart that applied uniquely to
I believe this is exactly the problem: you may ask something on the
certification that is not entirely related to BSD as one thing, but to
a very specific version. I thought we were going to be as generic as
possible. At the moment you ask something applied only to one BSD
(Dragonfly, for instance) you can not say this is a BSD certification.
Actually, anything that relates to only one version should be left
outside the scope of BSD Certification. IF necessary, than we should
create the BSD Sysadmin cert for generic pourposes, and them create a
certification for each version. One for Free, one for Net, one for
Open, one for Dragonfly, one for Opendarwin, one for.... well, there
are so many versions, I don't think it would be possible to cover all
So, why include version specific issues on the certification?
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