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Welcome to the Certification Project!

Project Lead: Alexandro Colorado, Co-Lead: Evan Leibovitch

Where to begin ?

The very active Wiki Page, here we put all the things who most be change frequently

Mision of the Certification Project

The OpenOffice.org Certification Project will develop and manage a global skills-certification program through a network of training and support partner organizations in both the private and public sector. We will develop a set of skills standards as well as a flexible, low-cost and culturally-neutral infrastructure for testing students based on these standards. Our organizational partners will deliver the tests and training, remitting a fee for every student that has successfully passed their tests, and we will issue and maintain the certifications. The program is designed to be operated on a cost-recovery, non-profit basis (though we will certainly encourage our partners to profit from the relationship with us). As a result will will create a vibrant community of partners and advocates, through a system that encourages private trainers while keeping OOo programs competitive and relevant in local cultures and communities.

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Most of our actions and discussions will take place on mailing lists, but you will find also several working places in the Document & Files area or on the wiki pages.
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