[PSF-Volunteers] PSF-Volunteers Digest, Vol 6, Issue 1 Helping w/ Python job board

Harold Ricker writtinfool at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 9 21:16:06 CET 2006

I would like to help with this. you can send info to this email address. I would be more than willing to work with someone else om this also also. 
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Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2006 17:27:58 -0500 (EST)
From: sdeibel 
Subject: [PSF-Volunteers] Helping w/ Python job board?
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One of the current maintainers of http://python.org/Jobs is 
stepping down.  Anyone here willing to help keep jobs updated in 
response to incoming requests?

The job involves monitoring a mailing list, posting new and 
removing filled jobs, and responding to the posters so they know 
their job has been listed.

Although it's not glamorous, it is an important job to the Python 
world as a whole and besides it's a great way to find a new job 
if you happen to be in the market! ;-)

I can provide additional info if someone is interested.


Stephan Deibel
Chairman of the Board
Python Software Foundation



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