LPI requests review of Level 2 certification tasksJun 08, 2000, 21:21 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Kara Pritchard)
Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2000 16:53:21 -0400
Members of the Linux community,
While Scott Murray and his team are finishing up validation of the LPI Level 1 exams, a team of people under Kara Pritchard has been working to start defining Level 2 of the LPI program. Here is the first outcome of their labors. Please have a look at these tasks (or ask your technical people to do so) and determine if there are any additional tasks that should be included in the survey. Please see Kara's note below for more information.
Before looking at the tasks you (or others to whom you pass this) may want to review the following pages:
to understand where Level 2 fits into the LPI program.
This is your opportunity to affect the shape of the Level 2 certification. Please help us make these the best possible exams.
Please feel free to forward this announcement to other appropriate mailing lists.
Thank you, Dan
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To maintain our goals of community participation and development we have posted our current Level 2 tasks for community and peer comment, review, and submissions.
At http://www.lpi.org/l2tasks/ you will find six categories of tasks. These tasks will be turned into tasks for the Level 2 job analysis. From this analysis we will be able to determine the objectives for the Level 2 exam.
Do not review for whether or not you believe the current tasks are relevant to Level 2 at this time. Our Job Analysis survey will determine that, and likely you will be asked to review them for such content then.
Review them for technical correctness, and topic completeness. If there is something you believe that should be included that is open source, non distribution specific, and not already covered in level 1 (see http://www.lpi.org/p-index.html ) please submit them.
All comments, questions, and submissions should be directed to email@example.com. Feel free to use the lpi-examdev list for discussion.
P.S. Please visit http://www.lpi.org/i-maillists.html for information about subscribing to lpi-examdev if you are not already a member.