Committees

Get involved.
Join our committees.

Committees provide the means for community members to:

  • give feedback and guidance to the Linux Professional Institute (LPI)
  • meet like-minded people with your particular special interest
  • create something new with the support of LPI (fi nancial or otherwise)
  • earn PDUs towards maintaining formal membership status
Committees

Current Committees

Academic Advisory Committee

Academic Advisory Committee

A place for teachers of open source, predominantly in and academic setting, to meet and help with topics related to their field.

Recent Activities: Learning Materials portal, draft proposals for additional Essentials certificates

Ideal Participant: Partners, Trainers, Authors

Status: Seeking new members

BSD Advisory Committee

BSD Advisory Committee

A place for BSD Unix professionals to meet and help advise LPI on how to support and advocate for their interests.

Recent Activities: Finalizing the BSD Specialist certification

Ideal Participant: Partners, BSD subject matter experts (SMEs)

Status: Seeking new members

Member Engagement Committee

Member Engagement Committee

A members-only group focused on helping to make LPI as valuable to its members as it is to the broader community.

Recent Activities: Member choice

Ideal Participant: Formal members of Linux Professional Institute

Status: Seeking new members

Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Nomination Committee

Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Nomination Committee

The Nomination Committee helps find and prepare candidates for board elections.

Recent Activities: The Nomination Committee serves to seek and select qualified candidates for our annual Board of Directors Election. Its focus is to select candidates for LPI’s Board of Directors that represents a wide range of views and interests, meeting the organizatio