On 2020-09-10 04:34, Asaf Bartov wrote:
> On Thu, 10 Sep 2020, 14:05 Fæ wrote:
>> Who are the list mods?
> The current list admins are John Vandenberg, Shani Evenstein, and I.
>> Unfortunately, this is not made clear at
I just wanted to give my opinion on how to make things more civil and
gentle in general, and also to add clarity to the threads. As a non-English
native speaker, there are many things I consider do not help at all in
written discussions in general in any given list, most of the time when
This is the point I was working on. I also have no confident answer to this
problem, but have a gut feel it is somewhere in between the extremes. There is
also the point that most people have some choice in where they live, though I
do not have any useful suggestion of how that should be
On Fri, 11 Sep 2020 at 22:23, Michael Peel wrote:
> This seems to be a restriction against employers asking for someone’s
> salary history, not against including the expected salary range in a job
Yes. Apologies, the "undoubtedly not doing this" written in my earlier
email was a bit
On Fri, 11 Sep 2020 at 12:39, Nathan wrote:
> Shouldn't two candidates for the same position for the same company get
> roughly the same salary, regardless of where they live?
I don't know. Maybe.
Within the US, there are markets where decent, experienced software
engineers earn half of what
If someone states that something is unclear, they very obviously intend
“unclear” to apply to their perception of it.
For example, I just used the words “very obviously.” That is my perception,
my opinion, what I gathered from the information available to me. Should I
note “it is my opinion
This has just been published on the Mozilla community blog by Emma Irwin and I
thought it could interest some of you here.
It brings insight into the experience of enforcing a code of conduct in