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Re: [vox] vox-jobs list?

begin Bill Kendrick <nbs@sonic.net> 
> On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 12:24:17PM -0800, Rod Roark wrote:
> So far, it seems about 50-50.  (Ok, technically, I'm not counting, but I've
> definitely seen both positive and negative responses regarding this.
> Then again, for those who don't want a new list, it's not as if they're
> forced to sign up. ;^) )

people who said vox is good for jobs:

pete, marianne

people who want vox-jobs:

bill, rod

before starting a new mailing list, we'd need to hammer out a few
details.  i'm not sure i'd want to administrate a mailing list that can
potentially draw huge numbers of even well-meaning spam from companies.
if we had such a list, i'd like for the list to be postable by
non-subscribers.  approving X non-subscriber posts a day for large X and
a single list would be a big bummer.

the upshot is that anyone who has spammed vox, vox-tech, vox-announce,
vox-outreach, vox-officers or me personally (this is why you always see
me logged into lugod.org 24 hours a day) is in the postfix spamming
list, so they won't be able to spam vox-jobs.

also, would we allow non-linux, non-OSS jobs?   that would not fall
under lugod's official charter.

just some things to think about.


First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you,
then you win. -- Gandhi, being prophetic about Linux.

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