Are jobs allowed?

Am I allowed to post job openings here? I don’t want to be rude. But I
do want to find ninjas. Please advise.

On Sun, 26 Aug 2012 23:58:41 +0900
John C. [email protected] wrote:

Am I allowed to post job openings here? I don’t want to be rude. But I
do want to find ninjas. Please advise.

AFAIK there’s no such limitations: http://rubyhacker.com/clrFAQ.html
I think you can prefix the subject with [OT] (off-topic) or [JOB],
that will be enough for people who not interested in this message to
skip it :))


Sincerely yours,
Aleksey V. Zapparov A.K.A. ixti
FSF Member #7118
Mobile Phone: +34 677 990 688
Homepage: http://www.ixti.net
JID: [email protected]

*Origin: Happy Hacking!

On Sun, Aug 26, 2012 at 3:58 PM, John C. [email protected] wrote:

Am I allowed to post job openings here? I don’t want to be rude. But I
do want to find ninjas. Please advise.

This mailing list is about the Ruby language, not jobs. I for one would
prefer it not to get cluttered up with job adverts. There are plenty of
other places for you to publicise your positions. This is one of the few
places we have to discuss the Ruby language.

Regards,
Sean

If recruiters are permitted to start posting to the list these
conventions
will stop being used rather quickly I imagine.

If there isn’t a rule against posting jobs there should be, as it can
get
out of hand pretty fast.

Got it. Thanks, all. I will reserve my posts for non-recruiting
purposes.

On Mon, 27 Aug 2012 02:08:32 +0900
Jonan S. [email protected] wrote:

If recruiters are permitted to start posting to the list these
conventions will stop being used rather quickly I imagine.

If there isn’t a rule against posting jobs there should be, as it can
get out of hand pretty fast.

I partially agree with you. But if recruiters will follow strict
guidelines, like prefixing openings with [JOB] it’s quite easy to
setup your mailing filter to skip them.


Sincerely yours,
Aleksey V. Zapparov A.K.A. ixti
FSF Member #7118
Mobile Phone: +34 677 990 688
Homepage: http://www.ixti.net
JID: [email protected]

*Origin: Happy Hacking!

Wrong newsgroup. Try perhaps:

http://www.nick.com/mynick/messageboards/viewboard.jhtml?bID=106380

http://theninjadojo89233.yuku.com/

A reasonable command of japanese would be to your advantage :slight_smile:

On Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Aleksey V Zapparov
[email protected] wrote:

guidelines, like prefixing openings with [JOB] it’s quite easy to
setup your mailing filter to skip them.

True, but they will still be cluttering up the mailing list archives,
which are themselves a valuable resource.

Regards,
Sean

If it is a personally written unique post for a Ruby-specific job, then
it
won’t be a problem. But if it is a cookie-cutter recruiting post for
tech
jobs, it will be spam filtered and you may get kicked off the list.

On Thu, 30 Aug 2012 03:43:51 +0900
“Sean O’Halpin” [email protected] wrote:

I partially agree with you. But if recruiters will follow strict
guidelines, like prefixing openings with [JOB] it’s quite easy to
setup your mailing filter to skip them.

True, but they will still be cluttering up the mailing list archives,
which are themselves a valuable resource.

Didn’t thought about it. Must admit, I’m totally agree now.


Sincerely yours,
Aleksey V. Zapparov A.K.A. ixti
FSF Member #7118
Mobile Phone: +34 677 990 688
Homepage: http://www.ixti.net
JID: [email protected]

*Origin: Happy Hacking!

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