On Sat, May 13, 2006 at 12:13:51AM -0500, Clarence Risher wrote:
> 1) What does GIMP stand for?
> 
> 2) What does GNU stand for?
> 
> 50% is a passing score.  100% qualifies for Advanced rating.
> 
heh, this is a problem test because it would mean that one of our
mentors for the Summer of Code would not have an advanced rating.

carol


> On 5/12/06, Olafur Arason <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> >I think Gimp should have something like Adobe Certified Expert.
> >This would ensure that gimp trained individuals could show
> >that they know Gimp like it's possible to test what you know
> >about Photoshop.
> >This test should be hard, but not it the memorize everything
> >kind of hard, this would be to ensure that people that get
> >this degree actually know something about Gimp.
> >What would you think a person with this degree should
> >know?
> >Is anybody on this list willing to participate in this?
> >Is certification such a bad idea that Gimp should
> >associate it self with it?
> >
> >LPI is interested, but there is nothing definite
> >
> >Olafur Arason
> >P.S Please don't say it takes to much time, making true color
> >management work in Gimp also takes time but I don't see
> >anybody say that we should not do it because of that.
> >
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