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While I agree with you in general, I don't think that that is a justification for creating a new wing of the monastery to accomodate such posts. I personally don't object to a modest number of nodes like Skip's being posted, but I don't think that the number of such posts would be high enough to warrent the construction of a whole new wing for the job.

Remember that pretty much everything posted here at present is permanent (for some definition of permanent) and that job ads of any sort are transient. That requires a whole different type of management which, although probably not hard to implement, just doesn't fit with the current structure and objectives of our beloved monastery.


Perl is Huffman encoded by design.

In reply to Re: I'm all for the type of job posting Skip Huffman made by GrandFather
in thread I'm all for the type of job posting Skip Huffman made by metaperl

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