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      I vote for creating a section of the monestary for posts just like his....

I have to register the strongest sort of disagreement here. I feel this sets a very bad precedent for the Monastery and opens a can of worms that you probably won't be able to get the worms back into without getting a larger can.

What next? A classified ads section?

There are web sites that are more suited to this and I think that sort of content should stay there.

My opinion on this matter has nothing to do with Skip's business model. It is based very much on not wanting to encourage "SPAM" in yet another forum that I participate in.

It can be argued one way or another if what Skip posted was spam or not, but IMHO it certainly should not be encouraged.


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

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