I emphatically do NOT agree with Dr. Sayre.
First commercial recruiting does not dominate this group. The most
exciting discussion was on decoupling caps!!
Second, as a lowly engineer at the mercy of the economy and my company
it is nice to be able to keep tabs on possible jobs available.
>From: Peterson, James F (FL51)[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 1997 6:08 AM
>To: 'Shawn Drumgo'; 'Dr. Edward P. Sayre'
>Subject: RE: [SI-LIST] : Regular Full-time Technical Positions
>I agree with Dr. Sayre, but only to some extent. It would be unfortunate
>if job recruiting dominated our correspondence - but that is currently
>not the case. This group's focus should be signal integrity issues. But
>this not only means spreading the word in the industry. It can also mean
>spreading the talent. If a company has a need for a SI Engineer then
>this is the place to find one. As long as the subject section on the
>e-mail indicates job recruiting then we can always delete it. It's kind
>of like reading the newspaper without going to the classifieds.
>>From: Dr. Edward P. Sayre[SMTP:email@example.com]
>>Sent: Monday, August 25, 1997 9:59 PM
>>To: Shawn Drumgo
>>Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] : Regular Full-time Technical Positions
>>This is professional technical interest group. It is not suitable for your
>>commercial recruiting. I personally will delete your message coming into my
>>organization and I recommend my fellow signal integrity professionals to do
>>Edward P. Sayre
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