Is it time to reconsider: should we start a separate list for
discussing a separate list for "Job:" postings?
:P /runs away
On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 5:17 PM, David Friggens <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> This is a pretty terrible reply.
> I thought it was a great reply.
>> obscure words (seriously, shibboleth?)
> Somewhat obscure, but not so much in Code4Lib.
>> Unless you're trying to be sarcastic...in which case ignore this.
> He most definitely was.
> I believe Stuart's point was to suggest that when the multiple
> requests for a separate list for job notices get immediately shot down
> with "no - use an email filter, or are you stupid?"  it doesn't
> help to create an "inclusive" and "good learning environment".
>  NB the respondents aren't explicitly "are you stupid" but that's
> how it may be taken by some people.
>> And to answer the original question - job listings help more people than they annoy so they should be kept as-is.
> My view is that it would make more sense to have separate discussion
> and job notice lists, as I see in other places. But I'm not that
> bothered personally, as I would subscribe to both and filter them into
> the same folder in my mail client. :-)
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