So literally... we're going to have another annoying thread... with
interesting (and important) stuff... But i guess there should be a list
-policy or so... so all stuff related... is redirected there... would
make it easier for people interested (or not) read (or not) what's of
Simon Riggs escribió:
> On Sat, 2009-07-11 at 11:20 -0700, Josh Berkus wrote:
>> Rob Napier is correct in pointing out that we don't have clear standards
>> for this. They'd be very hard to write due to the need to balance value
>> provided because of the above.
> Again, why is it very hard to write standards that concern installers,
> yet 2 weeks ago you yourself proposed (on the www list) that we write a
> new policy for training companies? Both Dave and yourself are clearly
> arguing there for policies and controls.
> Let's have a policy (or group or other mechanism) that includes
> *everybody* and lets's ensure that people closely associated with the
> companies involved are not the ones making the decisions that their
> companies benefit from. (Would you expect CertFirst to be the moderator
> of the new training policy?)
> Perhaps there *is* a need to "balance value", perhaps not. If there is,
> it cannot be left up to the people providing things to decide the value
> of them.
> We cannot ignore the significant majority of people that have voted that
> they want to see an alternative to the current links. There are many
> people watching and waiting for some action, not reasons why nothing can
> be done.
> (I personally would not stand for election to any policy group.)
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