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On gardens, streams and Zettelkästen [...]

(From ) - ![Zettelkästen] [Zettel] I read Mike Caulfield's article on the web as a **garden** (e.g. wikis) and as a **stream** (e.g. Blogs, Twitter). It resonated strongly with my reading on *Zettelkästen* (German for 'index catalogue'). This post places the two concepts together or side by side to see how they fit. Another possibility is that neither the stream n...

 

Blockchains: It’s Complicated [...]

> A cautionary note about the blockchain hype. During the year that we have been working on this project, blockchain-based certification systems have become a hot topic (type the term into Google and see for yourself). Needless to say, much of the rhetoric has been exaggerated (and the same is true for some of the criticism). One important takeaway for us has been tha...

 

Not So Stinking Badges [...]

> As silly as they might seem, Nosek said the badges served a well-established purpose, by giving researchers a visible means to communicate information about their identities, beliefs, values and behaviors. People use such signaling all the time — think bumper stickers and hipster beards. Badges give scientists a way to signal that they care about research transpar...

 

Menu of Do Stuff [...]

> Open Practice Competencies > > Distinguishing between open and closed licensing. > > Contributing web resources using the appropriate licensing to give others credit. > > Making web resources available under an open license. > > Advocating for the web as an open and public resource. The Mozilla Web Literacy and their general collection of Teaching Activities ...

 

Proficiency in the Blender [...]

> Candidates should know Blender's history, how it became open source, and what being open source means to Blender's development and documentation. With a portfolio/reel submission consisting of stills, animations, and/or .blend files, candidates should exhibit proficiency in 7 of these core areas Proficiency is demonstrated in a submitted portfolio for the "Blender ...

 

Training Like CD-ROMs [...]

The Linux Foundation's free online "course" in Open Compliance has all the standard hallmarks of instructional design- objectives, a clear structure, an ability to navigate freely, use of audio, visual, and text. While delivered via a web browser, the experience is no difference from inserting a CD-ROM into the tray in the mid-1990s. The "evaluation" was a true / ...

 

Certifications Are Verifiable [...]

> This verification tool allows you to confirm the validity of a job candidate's Linux Foundation Certification. Just enter the last name and Certificate ID number in the boxes below. A tool allows someone presented with a certificate to get a validation by entering information in a form. It might be possible to have this also done via some kind of API (?) Red Hat ...

 

Certification is a Certificate [...]

> Certified Candidates (“Certificants”) receive a Certificate ID number and a pdf copy of a Certificate indicating successful completion of the requirements necessary to achieve the Certification indicated on the Certificate. This Certificate may also be downloaded anytime from a Certificant's account on My Portal while Certification is active. Linux Foundation c...

 

Examination By Doing [...]

> Upon launching an Exam, Candidates will be presented with an Exam console, which is composed of three sections: > > Help Center Panel (left) – houses chat box to allow communication with the Proctor and buttons to Show Testing Rules, End Exam, Refresh Exam Window, and Reset Console. > Refresh Exam Window refreshes the Linux Server Terminal panel furthest to ri...

 

Top Penguin is Onboard [...]

>The Linux Foundation is the nonprofit consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux. Founded in 2000, The Linux Foundation sponsors the work of Linux creator Linus Torvalds and is supported by leading technology companies and developers from around the world. *It Does Not Hurt To Have The Top Penguin Onboard* There is a distinct advantage in having the leadi...