[CentOS-devel] CentOS mailing list for job offers

Tue May 6 02:26:32 UTC 2008
Scott Grizzard <scott at scottgrizzard.com>

You know what would be a good idea:

If you had a website that would parse various job postings on mailing  
lists, then categorize them by location, job type, etc. and post them  
on a craig's list type setting.  Hmmm........

Seriously, I think the job posting list is a great idea, no matter  
what form it takes.  I also think that having formatting guidelines  
for posting jobs is a good idea, so that people that subscribe can set  
up email filters that sort out the junk.

I think ease of setting up rules should be the primary motavation for  
the guidelines.

That would also take out some of the abuse potential, as humans would  
have to reformat the emails they are posting everywhere else for this  
mailing list.

-- Scott

PS: Anyone looking for an MA in economics with some mean centos and  
ubuntu skills?  He He He...

On May 5, 2008, at 4:25 PM, John Summerfield wrote:

> Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>> Akemi Yagi wrote:
>>> As a test case, I'd like to present this post that appeared in the
>>> CentOS forum not long ago.  Would this be regarded as CentOS-related
>>> and accepted or would it be rejected?
>>> http://www.centos.org/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=14058&forum=37&post_id=47991#forumpost47991
>> It's not too clear about what it has to with CentOS, should be a bit
>> more expansive about what the job requires. IMHO.
> It's not clearly EL-related; it says "outsourcing" so I suspect  
> they're looking for someone to add it to the list of things they do.  
> Maybe a smallbusiness person who does such things.
> It doesn't look like enough work for one.
> -- 
> Cheers
> John
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