This post is here only as a matter of historical record. Eventually, the bad guys go away.
Related to my post about the World Agile Testing Qualifications Board, on March 31, I posted the following discussion on the WAQB LinkedIn list:
|Linkedin Groups||March 31, 2009|
|World Agile Qualifications Board – WAQB|
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Today, when I visit the group (or click on the link above), I see that the discussion is no longer available—evidently removed by a moderator. Why?
A different discussion has started, though, started by Steen Lerche-Jensen, Program Test Manager at StatoilHydro, saying that more people are needed for the review board, and requesting that they apply via the WAQB Web site. There are no replies, as of this writing.
The plot thickens. Nick Malden points out that he has found another Web site, the design of which he finds strikingly similar to the WAQB’s: http://www.test4pro.com/home. Some of it is in English, some isn’t. Nonetheless, there’s lots of interesting information to be obtained. Try comparing it to the WAQB site (http://www.waqb.org/, now defunct, apparently). Try scrolling down.