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From: lists at onryou.com (Cael Abal)
Subject: Red Hat Linux end-of-life update and transition
 planning

> Without giving too much away (eg breaking the NDA I've signed), almost all
> of the practical parts of the RHCE exam are command line based. 

This isn't directed at RH (or John) but come on, NDAs?  For tests?
Please.  I realize that quite a few orgs do exactly this, but that
doesn't make it reasonable.

I can't help but be annoyed by this steady creep of secrecy-through-
paperwork, the contractual equivalent of rot13 + DMCA.

/incomprehensible ranting off
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