[consulting] Drupal Certification
shai at content2zero.com
Tue Aug 11 15:38:44 UTC 2009
A language/process fine point...
The expression along the lines of, "If you don't like it, turn on your email
filters" has been used in two very different ways. I, and some others, in
protest to those who just don't want to talk about about this topic, used
that expression as an attempt to promote discussion and encourage those not
interested to tune out.
I believe that Even just used that expression in a very different way, which
I think stifles discussion. I don't believe that Laura or others who don't
like the certification idea shouldn't participate in the discussion and
express their opinion. They are participating because they are interested.
In a listserve like this, one can't start a thread and say, "only people who
agree with me should speak."
On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 11:02 AM, Laura <pinglaura at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Aug 11, 2009, at Tue 8/11/09 12:21am, Evan Leibovitch wrote:
> If you don't believe that certification is useful,
>> or even if you think it's supremely dumb, that's fine -- don't get
>> involved in it. ACtively ignore it, add filters to your email reader if
>> it bothers you that much. But please, don't be a barrier to those who do
>> see a value. Please try to see a bigger picture, and don't extrapolate
>> that because *you* won't benefit from certification, nobody can.
> I have trouble with this statement. There are reasons some might believe
> that "certification" could be bad for the community, as have been expressed
> here. So STFU is not the right message here, as it was not in the previous
> email a couple of days go, imho.
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