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Please no more posts on JOBS/NO-JOBS

From: Frank G.
Sent on: Saturday, March 17, 2012 11:11 PM

I'm going to have to cut off any further discussion on JOBS/NO-JOBS.  Its becoming a bit too heated and unnecessary imo.  I'd like to return to talking more about HTML5.  :)

We will allow job posts to the message board but not to the mailing list.  People that are looking for gigs can explicitly search the board.  Seems like our colleagues in the SF HTML5 Meetup do this successfully.

If Meetup offered a dual mailing list, ie, one for tech content and one for jobs, then that may be more optimal.  But they don't.  I'll make a suggestion to the meetup team.

 

Speaking of content... :)    I suggest everyone reads this article:

     http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/internals/howbrowserswork/

Its a detailed look on browser internals.  Its a bit technical, but everyone in our group should know how browsers actually work internally.  How can we be the best drivers if we don't know how the car works?  ;)

 

Frank

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