[BSDCert] code of ethics
patrick.coeman at 171.be
Wed Sep 7 15:12:50 EDT 2005
I was thinking BSD was a operating system. If I read some of the info on
the links you give and you wish to adopt these for BSD cert it is more a
'belief' or a some church or so. I don't see what this has to do for a
Just my 2 €cent...
dlavigne6 at sympatico.ca schreef:
>Two questions for the list:
>1. Do you guys think there is any value to employers if testing candidates are required to adhere to a "code of ethics"? Would it help deal with the misperception that Open Source is not well structured? Or is it just so much fluff?
>2. If there were to be a "BSD Administrator's Code of Ethics", what should be in it?
>Here are some other organization's codes of ethics to get us started:
>And a general guide to writing a code of ethics:
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