[tpm] Careeer Opportunity
janes.rob at gmail.com
Fri Jul 18 10:47:20 PDT 2008
I know Jack, and I'm pretty sure he's not trolling. I'm sure he has a
position or two he's looking for. He's been aware of this list at least
since December last year, and possibly a lurker since then too.
My sense of this issue is that job related stuff is ok from members, but not
from outsiders. If you're an outsider and you have something to say, say it
to the entire group, don't cherry pick by downloading the list or capturing
I have seen job notices posted to this list on occasion, without flames.
There has to be more info than a note to call somebody. Sure, it's a perl
job, but what kind of perl job? sysadmin? web cgi? data processing?
On Fri, Jul 18, 2008 at 1:11 PM, Madison Kelly <linux at alteeve.com> wrote:
> Jack Ponte wrote:
>> Ok thx Madison. I appreciate the suggestion and will do so next
>> time.....(might have to take a break from the Perl group though, it seems
>> that I may have irritated a few of you with my ignorance.)
>> Have a nice weekend....keep well!
> Jack, you seemed to have missed a point.
> If you really want to fill positions, there is no need to wait. Unless of
> course you have no positions to fill at this time...
> Assuming you really do; look for the projects the people on the list have
> worked on. Find their CVs and then email them, making a connection between
> their CV's/projects and the skill set required for the job(s) you are
> currently trying to fill.
> I am certain that, if you did that this very day, you would find more
> generous responses.
> We are all hard workers on this mailing list and we're not the dullest
> bunch. Give us some credit for being able to tell a real job pitch from a
> general attempt to harvest contacts and show that *you* also are willing to
> do some hard work by looking up our backgrounds and talents.
> Out of all the people you emailed today directly, how many can you connect
> to a specific project or online CV?
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