From: Ray Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Feb 23 2000 - 03:55:58 PST
I agree with Bob. Ron's posting was in line with the accepted guidelines
for the si-list reflector, but the FC and GE systems have a more restrictive
Besides being a good place to ask technical questions and carry on technical
discussions, we've found si-list to be a useful vehicle for getting
the word out on job openings. This helps both the employer and candidate.
Just try to keep the job related postings to a minor amount of the posting
volume. si-list is primarily for tech traffic.
Just to reiterate, for those who may not be familiar with the si-list
policy regarding job postings, it is real simple:
1. Ocassional postings by working engineers and hiring managers
looking to augment their staffs are OK.
2. Keep the posting relatively short and to the point. Take follow-up
discussions offline to the phone or private e-mail.
3. HeadHunters and HR departments are discouraged from using si-list
as a recruiting medium. Don't do it!
4. If you are a HeadHunter or an HR type don't bother asking for
a copy of the si-list database, you'll have better luck asking
Bill Clinton for the combination to the Fort Knox vaults :)
> I think the issue was not with this reflector (SI), but the ANSI T11.2 (Fibre
> Channel), and IEEE 802.3 (Gigabit Ethernet) reflectors that Ron also sent his
> "Opportunities" post to. They apparently don't allow such posts.
> ---Bob Lewandowski
> Vixel Corp.
> Scott McMorrow wrote:
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