[Baypiggies] Python Software Engineering/San Francisco

Glen Jarvis glen at glenjarvis.com
Fri Jun 5 04:22:16 CEST 2009

>> I received this in my inbox from an unknown recruiter. I'm sorry to  
>> the group, but I know currently we're relaxing our rules to help our
>> community in tougher times. Therefore, I'm forwarding this on in case
>> it's helpful -- it is NOT a qualified lead.
> This is for adroll.com, compare with today's post from Rob Webb:
> http://mail.python.org/pipermail/baypiggies/2009-June/004887.html
> Glen, unless you put a bit more effort into vetting ads, I think it  
> would
> be better if you stopped for now

Doh! I let two duplicates slip through. I apologize for that. I'm  
cleaning my inbox, trying to keep BayPIGgies in mind, but am not doing  
a very good job of qualifying these before they get sent.

> -- it's important for the community to
> see any specific job only once per month, preferably from the company
> that is offering the job, which is why wbe had the original  
> restrictive
> rules

Agreed. Again, apologies.

> I'm not biting your head off, just keeping the focus on maintaining a
> high signal-to-noise ratio.
> (This isn't directed only at Glen, BTW, but everyone who is posting  
> ads.)

I agree -- too much can be SPAM. This is the reason we have the  
original rules. This is another problem of working top down in an  
inbox when cleaning it out. I try to keep a clean box, but got up to  
150 messages the past few days... Obviously, since this is a newer  
mail, I didn't see it until *after* I did all the above forwarding.  
Again, sorry for the noise.

glen at glenjarvis.com

"You must be the change you wish to see in the world." -M. Gandhi

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