[tpm] job posting rules

Tom Legrady legrady at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 15:50:46 PDT 2009

I believe the rule is that if you give me a large enough stack of cash, you
can post anything you want

On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 1:16 PM, Uri Guttman <uri at stemsystems.com> wrote:

> >>>>> "RD" == Richard Dice <rdice at pobox.com> writes:
>  RD>     i am curious about the job posting rules for this list. i know
> other
>  RD>     list have rules like jobs need to be sent to someone for vetting
> first
>  RD>     (boston) or there is a separate jobs list (london). anything
>  RD>     (un)official i should know about?
>  RD> I believe the culture we've built up over the past few years is
>  RD> that job postings are okay as long as they're civil, on-topic
>  RD> (i.e. have to have something to do with Perl), and informative.
>  RD> Informative means that they include a description of the company
>  RD> involved and the kind of work you'd be doing.  (Postings for
>  RD> companies afraid to share their names often get flamed.)
>  RD> There is no separate-list or prior moderation needed.
> sounds good and i will deal with them just fine. note that i am an agent
> (perlhunter.com) and won't post company names as that is private but i
> will be accurate about job descriptions and such. i do have something i
> will post later today aimed at canadians specifically so i wanted to
> send it to this list.
> thanx,
> uri
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