[sf-lug] sf-lug policies -- please vote

Alex Kleider a_kleider at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 16 22:24:16 PST 2008

I'd vote +1 on the following basis:
You always label the posting as a job posting in the subject line
and those of us not looking for a job can simply delete.
I'd hate to vote in any way that might diminish anyone's chances of
finding a good job, especially if the only cost to me is having to
occasionally have to hit the delete button.

--- jim stockford <jim at well.com> wrote:

>     every once in a rare while the topic of sf-lug policies
> comes up, and here it is again. this time it's the policy
> for job postings.
>     the current policy is to allow job postings if the
> postings include job title, city location, and some
> indication of salary (at least a lowest figure) along with
> a brief and to-the-point description of the job and skills
> required and company benefits and contact info (with
> a proscription against hyperbole).
>     the basis for this is to present appropriate job
> opportunities that we might otherwise miss but to
> avoid subjecting the list to "bottom feeders" and
> cheapskate employers.
>     someone at google wants to place job postings, but
> her manager won't allow any salary info. the default is
> to disallow this posting. the reason for raising review
> of this policy is that google is an established, local
> workplace, and can reasonably be considered not a
> bottom-feeder or cheapskate employer.
>     please vote:
> +1 means change policy to allow known job postings of
> known good employers regardless of salary information.
> -1 means do not change the policy.
> after summing votes, a positive number will effect a
> change in policy. a zero or negative number will have
> the effect that policy remains as is (and the google
> submissions and those similar will not be posted to our
> email list).
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