[CentOS-devel] CentOS mailing list for job offers

Daniel de Kok me at danieldk.org
Mon May 5 15:52:33 UTC 2008

On Mon, May 5, 2008 at 5:23 PM, Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos at br-online.de> wrote:
> Developers, developers, developers ...

I love this project!

>  - Do we also want people to be able to search for jobs (my opinion: No)

People who want to apply for a job should know how to handle Google
:). Additionally, I think it normally only useful to skim through the
job offers of the last one or two months.

>  - should that list be moderated (my opinion: Yes - by maybe more than
>   one person)


>  - Which standards do we need for a job to be posted there? That helps
>   weeding out some "get criminal quick" schemes or other snowball
>   schemes.

I think we should restrict this to CentOS (or upstream)-related job
offers, not generic UNIX/Linux-related offers.

>  - Do we want an unmoderated discussion list besides that for discussing
>   about job offers - like on Usenet (my opinion: No, that really is a
>   way for quick and lasting flame fests)

No, it does not serve a purpose. If someone want to follow up on an
offer, they can do so via private mail.

>  And the biggest questions: Do we need that all? Do you have another
>  vision of how we can do those job offerings within our infrastructure?
>  Do you have experiences with stuff like that? Do *you* want to moderate
>  that list (or at least help with that)?

Other projects have comparable lists, and they are great. Sometimes
the offers are too general, so, I am all in for moderation. I'd like
to help moderating.

-- Daniel

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