Re: [newtech-1] Protocol for job posts

From: user 7.
Sent on: Thursday, February 21, 2013 4:37 PM
ok andy...  http://www.google.com/#q=mastupratory&hl=en&safe=off&biw=1280&bih=573&fp=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&cad=b

I used google, maybe incorrectly but I'm trying.    
Sorry, I didn't mean to upset you. I just thought it was funny and seemed like they were being sarcastic by complimenting you on a non-existent word.  The point of my email wasnt to piss anybody off, so please accept my apology. Let's call it a truce and spare the community.  :)




On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 4:22 PM, Andy <[address removed]> wrote:

Ps former spelling bee champ, perfect SAT verbal, national merit scholar. I mean what I said.

On Feb 21,[masked]:15 PM, "Andrew Badera" <[address removed]> wrote:

Google it pal.

On Feb 21,[masked]:09 PM, "Howard" <[address removed]> wrote:
That might be true, but I think you meant "masturbatory"



On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 3:58 PM, Andy <[address removed]> wrote:

Howard sucks at google AND life, nice!

On Feb 21,[masked]:26 PM, "Howard" <[address removed]> wrote:
Sorry, but I am pretty sure that isn't a word.  I'm a recruiter who hasn't posted jobs through the list.  People have a very strong reaction to jobs being posted calling it spamming the list, when a huge portion of this list then could be considered spam.  I see simple tech support questions emailed to 30,000 people... what's that?  I replied to a kickstarter post that had nothing to do with tech and nobody killed that guy for spamming.  I don't agree with Mr Priceline, because a job post is a job post no matter who it comes from... actually third party recruiters are much more likely to respond to an applicant that might not be the best fit, because they have the ability to place them elsewhere.  I would say that probably a third of this list, while maybe not actively looking would be open to the right opportunity.  That's a huge upside.  There are probably at least 5,000 on the list that are looking for a job and love to see anything come across their plate.  Techies that have great jobs and are very talented seem to have quite virulent reactions to recruiters and others that may not be so fortunate are peer pressured into the pile on.  Many love to hate recruiters until the need one and say with a double edge sword that we should have long term relationships with the community. Some of my closest friends are techies that love to tell me how they hate recruiters. 

The job listings should be aggregated by someone and sent out once a week to cut down on multiple emails.  If a "recruiter" or anyone for that matter posts a need to hire, they should get a single warning and if they are a repeat offender they get banned from NYTM... Problem solved!

On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 7:53 PM, Elizabeth Chan <[address removed]> wrote:
Mastupratory is a BRILLIANT word!!!

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On Feb 20, 2013, at 3:58 PM, Andy <[address removed]> wrote:

I think most people here already have pointless repeated mastupratory behaviors down pat, Marty.

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On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 2:53 PM, Marty Fredo <[address removed]> wrote:
We also should implement a procedure on beating a dead horse.  That would be great.

 
On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 1:39 PM, Sai R <[address removed]> wrote:
A) I'm not a recruiter.
B) I see some value in seeing job offers come through on this mailing list
B1) I don't want to trawl the jobs board. I'm not thaaaat interested.
C) I don't want this list flooded with job offers because it is pretty amazing as it is right now.

Given these constraints, I'm hoping we as a community can adopt an unwritten, mutually beneficial protocol when it comes to job posts.

1) Subject starts with "NYTM_Job:". This will help us set up filters moving such emails away from the main mail flow.
2) People identify themselves as recruiters clearly.

I'm pretty sure priceline.com (they posted a job here today) and other such well known companies (wasn't some fashion magazine trying to hire via NYTM a few weeks ago?) will get a free pass while other less well known recruiters will get their head blown off.

As a group, I'd rather level the playing field for all job posters rather than accept the implied credibility of a well known brand names. Adoption is obviously voluntary but if we self police and encourage better citizenship from recruiters, it's most definitely a win-win IMHO.

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