bugsy.seigel at gmail.com
Fri Mar 7 12:10:51 CET 2008
A blog post which an admin can approve might do the "job".
On 07-Mar-08, at 4:33 PM, (श्री) GNU Yoga wrote:
> On 3/7/08, Anand Balachandran Pillai <abpillai at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Secondly, wikis by definition allow editing by anyone. So how
>> do you protect a job posting against wilful malicious edits ?
>> What if I post for a Job which mentions Python experience
>> and then someone comes and edits "Python" to say "Ruby" ?
>> Then the posting is violated and no longer valid.
>> Do I go back and change it ? Or do I lock the post against
>> edits ? Then one does not need a Wiki anyway.
>> I fail to get the basic inspiring reason behind a Job wiki and
>> how it is useful apart from the common reason "wikis are cool" :)
>> To me it looks like a Job wiki has inherent issues. Wiki +
>> job posting does not go hand in hand.
> let rephrase .... instead of wiki ..... a page which can do the job
> posting with the features mentioned above ..... any python rapid
> application developers listeninig ???
> - sree
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