[TriLUG] redundant job postings
ufffda at gmail.com
Thu Dec 9 10:41:02 EST 2010
There are more redundant posts re-debating the redundancy of job posting
then the original redundant job posts. I realize that it has been 6
months since this dead equine has been pummeled, but maybe we can
resurrect the other semi annual twist in your panties debate "top or
bottom reply's" and get that out of the way today too.
(finger hovering over the delete key, not too worried about wearing it out)
On 12/9/2010 10:33 AM, matt at noway2.thruhere.net wrote:
> Since becoming a member, I have received a lot of help, both
> professionally and personally from Trilug. I am fine with the 'have a job
> / need a job' postings from both the individual and company as this may be
> the type of help that our members require. I view these posts in the same
> manner as the active topic threads that are not of immediate interest and
> I simply either delete or archive them. They don't offend me like
> traditional SPAM does and it takes a matter of seconds to file them.
> Where I would draw the line and I imagine that others would too, is where
> the mailing list becomes an abused tool by the less reputable recruiters
> that are simply whoring after bodies. So far, this list has done a good
> job of avoiding that.
>> On 12/9/2010 9:46 AM, Joseph Mack NA3T wrote:
>>> what I'm saying is to post the link, not the whole job description.
>> What is the benefit of this?
>> For those not interested in the job, the number of keys/clicks to delete
>> does not change. For those who are interested, the number is increased.
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