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OpenDaylight TSC to confirm badge categories, criteria, and recipients. 

Project-Level Badges

Badge Name

Description

Skills

Criteria Type

Criteria Description

URL

Notes (LF Addition)

Recipient Links
[Project] Contributor BadgeEarners of this badge are individuals who have shown their commitment to open source networking by contributing in to [Project] within the past year.  Contributions could include code contributions, documentation contributions, testing, or others as defined by the project's TSC.Subject Matter Expert in Open Source; Networking; [Project]ExperienceContributor as defined by [Project]'s TSC[Project]URL

replace every instance of [Project]  with the project name when entering into Credly.

For contributor, do we need to pull each TSC's definition and place it in here?


[Project] Committer BadgeEarners of this badge have achieved committer status on [Project] within the past year.  This recognition acknowledges the efforts of those committers in dedicating their time & skills to the project and displaying their personal eminence.Subject Matter Expert in Open Source; Networking; [Project]ExperienceCommitter status for [Project] [Project]URLreplace [Project]  with the project name when entering into Credly
[Project] 100 Commits BadgeEarners of this badge have gone above and beyond with over 100 commits to [Project] within the past year.  This recognition acknowledges the efforts of those committers in dedicating their time & skills to the project and displaying their personal eminence.Subject Matter Expert in Open Source; Networking; [Project]ExperienceAt least 100 commits to [Project] [Project]URLreplace [Project]  with the project name when entering into Credly
[Project] Leader BadgeEarners of this badge have demonstrated their dedication to open source networking by serving in a leadership role on [Project].  Such roles might include elected membership to the Technical Steering Committee, serving as a lead for a subcommittee, or other similar role.Subject Matter Expert in Open Source; Networking; Leadership; [Project]ExperienceTSC member, Project Subcommittee leader, and other roles as determined by the [Project]'s TSC[Project]URLreplace [Project]  with the project name when entering into Credlyhttps://wiki.opendaylight.org/x/F3AEAQ
[Project] PTL BadgeEarners of this badge have lead a subproject of [Project] within the past year.  The Project Technical Lead (PTL) is the backbone of open source projects & dedicates substantial time and effort to the success of the project.Subject Matter Expert in Open Source; Networking; [Project]; Software Development LeadershipExperienceDesignated Project Technical Lead (PTL) for [Project][Project]URLreplace [Project]  with the project name when entering into Credly
[Project] Ambassador Badge Earners of this designation have demonstrated their commitment to  [Project] and been recommended by the [Project] to [Project]further evangelize [Project] across the industry, attract new organizations, answer questions, and help onboard participants.[Project];OPNFV; Marketing; Speaking; MediaVolunteerBe recognized Ambassadors by the Project marketing function. [Project]URLreplace [Project]  with the project name when entering into Credly

Example:

Badge Name

Description

Skills

Criteria Type

Criteria Description

Name of BadgeEarners of this designation demonstrated the skills required to do basic to intermediate system administration and are knowledgeable in the operational support of Linux systems and services. Earners can assume responsibility for first line troubleshooting and analysis, and demonstrated proficiency in Essential Commands, Operation of Running Systems, User and Group Management, Networking, Service Configuration and Storage Management. (500 Characters max

1-3 word descriptions of the skills, competencies, or tools demonstrated by
the earner. Must be separated by semi-colon.

Linux; Sysadmin; Systems Administrator; Ubuntu; CENTOS;
Open source software; Filesystem Hierarchy Standard; Package Management Systems; RPM; DPKG; yum; zypper; APT; Disk partitioning; Logical Volume Management; Red Hat; SUSE; Debian/Ubuntu; Site Reliability Engineer; System Administrator

Accepted values for type of criteria: Application, Assessment,
Badge, Course, Credential, Education Experience, Member, Other, Participant,
Payment, Portfolio, Presenter, Project, Professional Experience, Registration,
Volunteer
Describe the activity required to earn the badge (250
characters max)
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