I think that in general, the moderator is kind of asleep at the
wheel... given the 2-3 week period last year when the list server
crashed and no one noticed. ;- )
May have changed, of course, but....
art.campbell at gmail.com
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Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson
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On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 9:35 AM, Jerilynne Knight
<jerilynne.knight at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm great with postings or folks available...in my opinion, who knows what
> can come from this great place full of helpful people. I, too, think it
> would be a great courtesy to put "JOB" or something similar in the subject
> line. I've noticed there have been job postings in the past and also those
> who have said they were available (including me) and don't recall a note
> from the moderator. Of course, the rules could change and I could have
> missed the notice!
> Blessings to all
> On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 8:28 AM, Art Campbell <art.campbell at gmail.com>
>> I agree that it's an appropriate topic, but I'd encourage people to
>> use [OT] or [JOB] prefixes in the subject line. And I'd also draw the
>> line at posting if you're available rather than offering a job, ?to
>> cut down on the volume of posts, but that's just me.
>> We'll see if the list owners/moderator is paying attention... Job
>> postings are prohibited on the TWRL list that this company also owns
>> and operates, unless you provide some cash for an ad.