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What GrandFather said about transient and permanent posts is the crux of the problem.

The particular thread in question was useful in-so-far as making a public record of monks' opinion on the matter of business ventures in the form proposed.

However going forward one would not want to see frequent postings of a similar nature.

The very reason for the thread's existance was that jobs.perl.org does not support postings for that kind of business model. Therefore I would suggest that someone (such as the thread author) considers creating a website for that very kind of employment type.

It wouldn't be hard, and at $US7/month for a cheap website in the USA with Perl and database support, it could serve as a service to other like minded entrepreneurs.

Thus, I guess I'm saying I don't see a need or a desire for similar types of postings at perlmonks (just my opinion).

Update: corrected capitalisation of GrandFather.


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

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