[sf-perl] "[job]" tag in subject and list policies, etc.
fred at redhotpenguin.com
Sun Apr 25 11:07:36 PDT 2010
I'll add a note to the welcome message that is served up by mailman.
However, almost nobody ever reads that :)
It has been a long standing (probably 10 years?) policy on the list
that job postings are requested to use the [job] tag so that messages
can be filtered appropriately, so it is somewhat of an unwritten rule.
But if you have been on the list for a while, you're probably aware
On Sat, Apr 24, 2010 at 8:29 PM, Michael Paoli
<Michael.Paoli at cal.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> If it's really desired to have folks use the "[job]" tag for list
> postings of jobs, I'd highly recommend:
> o Add that, and as appropriate any other relevant list policies, etc. on
> the list page:
> o Once the above has been done, at least mention on the list that the
> information/policy(/ies), etc. on
> have been updated
> o Can't expect everyone joining the list to be familiar with the
> contents of all posts past (but one should be able to presume they've
> at least read/skimmed
> and may/will review if if they have questions on list policy and
> o And if
> changes, folks already subscribed might not discover that unless
> they're notified (e.g. on the list) that it's changed.
>> Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2010 14:28:06 -0700
>> From: Fred Moyer <fred at redhotpenguin.com>
>> While we really appreciate you thinking of the list for your
>> prospects, in the future please use the [job] tag in the subject for
>> all job postings to the list, per the previous discussion here:
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