If this is not the right list for such offers, is there then another
mailing list or some other place in KDE for it? If not, would it be a
good idea to create such a place?

On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 3:12 PM, Aleix Pol <aleix...@kde.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 18, 2018 at 9:54 PM, Albert Astals Cid <aa...@kde.org> wrote:
>> El diumenge, 18 de febrer de 2018, a les 21:01:40 CET, Nicolás Alvarez va
>> escriure:
>>> 2018-02-18 9:57 GMT-03:00 Roman Gilg <subd...@gmail.com>:
>>> > I received last week a job offer for a project involving
>>> > C++/Linux/Qt/QML via LinkedIn. I told the headhunter to write a mail
>>> > to the kde-community list so other people in our community who are
>>> > currently looking for such an opportunity could apply.
>>> >
>>> > He said that he sent a mail, but I didn't spot it in the list. Was the
>>> > mail maybe rejected by the list admin because such job offers are not
>>> > allowed on the kde-community list?
>>> The message is still in the moderation queue, it has been neither
>>> accepted nor rejected. Sometimes I login with the global-admin
>>> password and reject obvious spam, but since I don't know if this is
>>> allowed or not, I left that message untouched for the actual
>>> moderators to decide.
>>> But considering it has been queued for a week or two, maybe I should
>>> just accept it, and if it's not welcome, people can complain later :)
>> Honestly, unless it's "KDE related" personally i don't see what a random job
>> offer for a C++/Qt developer has to do with this list.
> +1, my thoughts exactly.

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