Re: Linux Core Consortium
On Tue, Dec 14, 2004 at 06:16:03AM -0800, Steve Langasek wrote:
> That wasn't my question. My question was, why should any ISV care if
> their product has been LSB-*certified*? ISVs can test against, and
> advertise support for, whatever they want to without getting the LSB's
> imprimatur. I cannot fathom why any ISV would go through the expense (money
> or time) of getting some sort of LSB certification instead of simply making
> this part of their in-house product QA; and therefore I don't see how the
> absence of LSB-certified applications can be regarded as a failure of the
> LSB process.
I don't think we are talking about ISVs paying to get LSB certification
but about ISVs certifying their own applications for a certain LSB
level, aren't we?
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