phackwer at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 17:06:34 EDT 2005
People, you say it should be by version number, but you're forgotting this:
THE CERTIFICATION IS NOT OS SPECIFIC.
Releases are not syncronized, which makes it, at least not recommended
to be linked to the version numbe of BSDs.
So, it MUST be linked to the period of time, not any software version.
On 9/13/05, Evan Leibovitch <evan at telly.org> wrote:
> LPI set a fixed time of 10 years for re-certification, and this was
> acceptable to NOCA. The intent was that a refresher exam, one that only
> tested objectives that changed during the decade, would be offered by
> the time anyone would need to re-take.
> Think hard about how much changes in BSD from year to year that would
> make a difference in an admin exam. How different would a sysadmin exam
> of today be from one covering the same general subjects ten years ago?
> Also: you can't track recertification to release numbers without biasing
> in favour of one flavor. If the cert tracks FreeBSD releases, what does
> that say about the relevance of the release schedule of OpenBSD? If this
> was the "FreeBSD Certification" the answer would be easier, but it's not.
> - Evan
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