International Extension and general invasion.
2010-11-11 23:15:24 GMT
As a first post, I thought I would just provide a copy and paste of something I sent to the Dragonfly list, by way of introduction:
"I have a project in mind.
I recently qualified, here in Australia, as a Cert. IV, Trainer/Assessor.
This is the course featured here, which will give you some idea of what that involves:
I've been involved with Debian for some years, so not entirely new to the Open Source area.
I'm running PC-BSD at present, just having a look, although posting this from a Windows piece of filth in an internet cafe
because I'm moving house and don't have 'net access at present.
What I'm looking at doing is getting up and running with the new BSD certification programme, as featured recently in BSDMag,
forming that up into a registered training package in a similar format to those featured here:
and training others up on that, while doing server installations into commercial situations to keep my head above water.
Doing the BSD cert up as a registered training package would do a number of things, not least in having it accepted as
an established 'qualification' here in conventional 'establishment' eyes, but also in facilitating a greater exposure of Dragonfly
into a wider training environment and ongoing adoption into areas such as large corporate and govt. projects.
I thought I'd contact the list to find out if there would be people here that would be interested in assisting me with getting my
knowledge within the DragonflyBSD environment up and running as quickly as possible in order to achieve this.
I'd be classified as a bit of a newbie, but I've been round the lists for a while so I know I don't fit into the luser category.
I don't expect anybody to do it for me."
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