[TriLUG] DOH! no - WHOA!!
gregbrown at mindspring.com
Wed Aug 25 11:31:10 EDT 2004
And I apologize to everyone on the list for starting the flame war.
it was not my intent and it will not happen again in the future.
TriLUG is, and has always been, one of the greatest resources in the
not just for employment opportunities but for the unbelievable depth of
knowledge that exists in our collective heads and the willingness of
everyone to share that collective knowledge to help each other out.
Sorry to everyone for starting this whole mess. And sorry to Steve
I'll go hide for a while now. :(
On Wednesday, Aug 25, 2004, at 11:13 US/Eastern, Greg Brown wrote:
> Whoa! Steve, and everybody, please continue to post job openings! I
> having a bit of good fun, not trying to start a flame war. Through no
> fault of
> my own I have found myself unemployed and without a steady income for
> the first time since I started to deliver newspapers in Tucson when I
> was 9
> years old. I look forward to any job postings that come the way of the
> TriLUG list. In fact I am on a one week "casual labor" engagement
> thanks to
> a message sent to this list.
> Please reconsider you stance. I wasn't bashing the employer for
> asking for
> a specific, yet broad, skill set - just having a little fun. And my
> jab was meant
> towards the job market as a whole, not this specific employer or job
> On Wednesday, Aug 25, 2004, at 10:17 US/Eastern, Stephen Hoffman wrote:
>> Let me start off by apologizing to all the unemployed persons on this
>> list. I will no longer be posting any opportunities here on the off
>> chance that not EVERY subscriber qualify for it. I thought maybe,
>> maybe the people who don't qualify would simply ignore it, and those
>> did would appreciate it. This is the second time I've seen flames
>> because of a job description. If you don't qualify then DON'T APPLY,
>> you don't like the terms then DON'T APPLY, but don't try to discourage
>> others from applying by complaining that the employer is too
>> Heaven forbid an employer wants an experienced person for their
>> no matter how long or short it is.
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