Anyone want to move to England to work on OSS issues full time? A
friend who works for OSS Watch asked me to help publicize this
position. It looks like a great opportunity for the right person.
> Are you an established open source software developer?
> Have you presented at open source and/or user group events? Have
> you had
> a hand in organizing or running them?
> Do you have a track record of writing HowTos, FAQs and/or user guides?
> Do you regularly respond to queries on public mailing lists and/or
> bulletin boards?
> Do you have experience of open source business models? Would you be
> to present teaching materials to academic audiences at conferences?
> If your answers are yes and you have a degree or equivalent experience
> in computer science with a focus on software engineering, then please
> get in touch with us. We are looking for a Research Officer to
> join our
> team in order to provide advice and guidance on open source software
> development methods to projects based in UK higher and further
> OSS Watch is the national advisory service on free and open source
> software for UK higher and further education. It is situated within
> Research Technologies Service based at Oxford University Computing
> Services and funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee
> http://www.jisc.ac.uk/. More information about OSS Watch can be found
> online at http://www.oss-watch.ac.uk/.
> Please obtain further details and an application form from The
> Office, Oxford University Computing Services, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford
> OX2 6NN, tel: 01865-283289, e‑mail: [log in to unmask] or
> on-line at http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/jobs/
> Completed applications must be received by 12 noon on 17th November
> Interviews will be held during week commencing 27th November 2006.
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Elizabeth (Bess) Sadler
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Digital Research and Instructional Services (DRIS)
University of Virginia
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